Hi! I am doing each 5th day fasting and its definitely works. For example: 1day-swimming, 2day-cycling, 3day-gym, 4-running, 5day-rest and fasting. The fasting for me is good full breakfast in the morning and till next morning no food at all just fresh juice and water. Next day the first day of training and its going to be the easy workout.
Hi! I bought recently wholl box of mule bar chocolate fig and they are disgusting, although I love chocolate and fig. I send you for half price all of them.
I am taking energy gel high 5 apple and I love it. I am starting drink them in an hour after race had began and after this each 20 min.
I am real. But I am worry if I gonna keep speed up my tempo trainer and run as fast as large russian wolfhound, from current my max speed 60cek/181s=0.33 to Kenyan marathon tempo 200 strides per min=0,3 it will hurt me.
Kevin, buy this thing, attach to your running hat and fly.
Hi Kevin! I had the same problems but only I stuck 1h53m for half marathon twice.. I did twice in July and August in Devon (very hilly) and in Slough (almost flat).
I started to do my long, easy, tempo and interval running with my "tempo trainer" which I used in my swimming lessons. It will cost to you ??20. So, I found my personal tempo for long easy run 166 strides/ min and I put 60/166=0,36 (beep per stride) on my tempo trainer. And then I started build up my temp for speedwork. Usually 5 min warm up 0,36, then 10 min 60 sec/171stride=0,35, then 15 min 60/176=0,34 and finished 3-5 min 0,32. This is for 5 miles. Basically you playing with yourself. But you must have on your hand heart rate watch-monitor cos this little tempo trainer will kick you ass really hard. And no music of course for proper hearing sound on your hat with this device.
I am practising only a month and easy can see my improvement and can't wait in two week next half marathon in Ealing, London. I am 44. 184 cm and 88kg. Very recommend tou you to try this little crazy bastard and I promise you it's gonna be very fun.