Marcus- I believe there are a few here from the SW and Im sure they will reveal themselves to you at some stage.As Mini says -get the LRs in but I'm sure you know that .
Free-like the idea of a raced HM being a 'cut back'..dont they say allow a mile per day recovery for everymile raced. Does anyone follow that advice?It will be interesting to see everyones progress after the impressive year most(me-) have had this year
Daren-I suppose at some stage you'll just decide to do a marathon for the hell of it a week before just because you can
Minni-thats put us in our place
Its going to take a lot of determination getting me on the roads tonight in these aweful conditions
Marcus- welcome- looking at your pbs you could ( should)be looking at sub3.15 once you've had the experience of your first marathon. Don't know your long run history or the schedule you refer to.Have a look at the RW website sub 3.15 schedule and see if it fits in with your life and long run experience and maybe adjust it for 3.30 or look at the 3.30 schedule. They worked for me for sub3.30 and sub 3.15 . Others use P&D successfully too. Stay with us- you'll get lots of useful advice and support And the natives are friendly. Good luck with the competition.
Chick-your wanting to do a double today with hills is very impressive.Great annual total by you but no suprise- Ive just logged 1500 which is about my third lowest but not bad considering my injured state since March. Hope to finish the year over 1600 but a lot of drinking opportunities might get in the way. When our weather gets bad I look at yours and feel a lot better
Bro-welcome back and good to see you on track for a great Seville pb. Im still not 100%-probably about 70% whatever that means and lost fitness and speed so Im still taking each run as it comes
Oomp-At least you are getting some runs in and you can build on those
Pink-good to see you will be doing a time trial
Did a steady 10k this lunchtime in a bit under 8mm