To be honest I think somewhere around 4:30 would be good and is fairly realistic with a consistent 2hr HM time. I run with my Mum and we really enjoy running events together, we start together and finish together and never put any pressure on each other.
I like the idea of the 14 week runners world plan will google it now. We are on holiday for 10 nights over Christmas so running maybe limited a bit.
Well its been a while since I have been on here life has seriously got in the way but the running has been good over the last couple of weeks but I think I have caught up with all the posts on here. Hope anyone suffering injuries/illness get better soon and well done to all those training
I feel seriously confused as to when to start training, I only found out that I was running VMLM this year on the 28th January and so the training plan was obvious.
I have absolutely no idea when to start training properly for Brighton. I do a long run of between 10-14 miles each week with 3 shorter runs (varying distance depending on life!) during the week.
When do I start marathon training and what plan should I follow?
I am going to official say hello but have been lurking for a while. Myself and my mum are both entered for Brighton in April. We ran London in April this year and mainly run half marathons but after doing London this year have decided to do one big city marathon each year.
We have a hotel booked for the Saturday night and will probably come down by train as I normally feel pretty sick after long runs and would be the driver for the homeward journey.
So my first question (I will probably have loads) what is the baggage collection like post marathon? We were through baggage collection in about 10 minutes in London. The reason I ask is so that we can plan return trains etc.
Oh and my next question how far is the start and finish from the train station?
Very excited now and have received our training t-shirts in the post.