Not massively. I guess I'm looking for a 'golden egg' in terms of how to build endurance and how much is optimum and beyond that a waste. i.e I'm currently doing 45-50 per week and have recently did the 3 peaks (yorks) and a trail marathon and felt pretty good. The running in that regard is going well, but whats the next step? increasing the mileage? the long run every couple of weeks. We spoke to a guy at Loughbrough and he thought about 40 per week was enough and it was about quality. Where as other programs suggest up to the race mileage....
I've been traing for the Hadrian's Wall ultra in June (69 miles) for a while now. I've done some marathons and I'm doing approx 45 miles a week. The thing is that a number of us are training together and there is a lot of info out there.
What kind of mileage should we be doing at this stage (4 months before the event)?
We are in the process of organizing fundraising for the Hadrian's Wall Ultra next year. We have four charities and eight runners, so on previous experience should fair pretty well.
What are the best pages for fundraising - I hear Just Giving charges are their any free? Does anyone have any other ideas about the mechanics of fundraising? Does anyone know if you could have 8 seperate pages attached to one total?
Sorry, I would much rather be talking about running in mud etc, but if we set it out well from the start we should be able to give some worthy people some cash.