Now that Feb's turned beginning to feel a slow building panic in me that says your need to do more so hopefully the morning long run will blur that, well untill Sunday anyway. I know the bad dreams are gonna come
With the experience in the thread can anyone comment on what's the hardest marathon to train for first, second or the one your doing next ? (will be my second) I like that respect the distance mantra line
I'll be 35 on day so I've already been transferred to the >35 team at work when we got out on team nights, my times should start improving then from the comments of Bedders etc....
Got given a free gym membership by my nominated charity for the remaining training period which should help me with my interval training, at the moment I've been focuing on hills but will switch next week to yasso's at about 14.5, is that right for 3.30second splits from memory ?
Good luck to you all this week-end, short or long runs, who's going the furthest ?
Good Luck to SimonO/anyone else at Watford, it's a good tester for sure
I saw some discussion about treadmills earlier, I did do a lot of speed training/Yasso's (when I could still afford a gym membership...) and felt they gave my legs a bit of a rest from the impact of the roads etc, funny thing is that even though I'm doing more mileage now on the roads than ever no pain , Don't know if its the break I've had through 2005 or not using the treadmill - my speed has gone though which is a worry for 3.45
Can anyone suggest a decent and economic GPS and watch combo, any decent suppliers ? I need to get some accuracy back into my speedwork