Good on you mummymunch I to have made my own training plan from a few others so that it fits in with my work commitments and it seems to be working so far. I did a similar training plan in 2008 when I did the New York Marathon and that went great
Think its the regular routine that helps mentally and physically not who's routine it is. 14 weeks to go can't wait!
Well done Tracey G thats still a very good pace considering how rubbish this weather is at the moment. Still debating whether to venture out as I have an ankle niggle and don't want to slip and put myself out with Brighton now getting so close!!!
Yeah its very difficult to run at your normal pace in snow without breaking your neck! I've just backed right off the pace so that i can get some training done without risking injury thus defeating the point of training.
Yeah i think your right about the easing back into it, don't think its wise to do the Half, its just so frustrating sitting at home when all you want to do is run!! Im sure it was the same for you to lol
Was told i had sprained it and it was very swollen and bruised at Hospital, I did it in The New York Marathon in November, i hurt my knee at 12 miles ish and carried on throught the pain but my opposite ankle seemed to take all punishment for it and my knee was fine in a copuple of days! Typical lol
Was resting for a bit and then doing short runs and it was still playing up so i decided to give it complete rest for 6 weeks and hope that will do the trick! Fingers crossed!