Hi, after years of trying and just when I was going to give up, ive got a place in next years London Marathon. Let the training commence
However, could someone offer any advice on suitable accommodation for the evening before, what's the process at the start of the marathon (is it easy to get to your start point?) and any other hints and tips that you may have.
Hi, yes another watch query. I'd be grateful for any advice and watches recommended that cover the following: Show current pace, minutes per mile Overall distance and average pace Race against previous workout/set a workout goal Easy to use and download info Shows map of route ( when downloaded) I've looked at various questions on here and looked online but can't seem to find a watch that covers the above. The Garmin 110 looked good but one site said it doesn't show current pace when you're running? I'm used to using endomondo and strava but want to stop carting my phone around. The apps are not accurate either. Thanks for your time
After gait analysis because of numerous niggles and shin splints it was suggested I go for these trainers (gt 2170) I too needed support in running trainers.
After getting these the injuries stopped and they felt like the most comfortable trainers I've ever owned ( and for the price they should be!)
It's now 5 months later, I've only covered about 200 miles in that time and the niggles and splints have come back. The trainers are meant to be good for anything around 500 miles, depending on weight of the runner. I will be going back and seeking advice.
Anyway, comfortable trainers. I've just seen that they are reduced online! (??65.99)