Thanks for the advice, I had no intention of disrespecting anybody or understating my fitness levels, I just did not view what I have done as running training and spend most of my time watching movies on the sofa so that was what the getting off the couch bit was about. More of a hint at doing something better with my time than me saying I am overweight/unhealthy etc.
I don't know who that is and I appreciate the sarcasm. The get off the couch and start athletics was meant as a little tongue in cheek phrase as I'm known for being lazy and doing pretty much nothing with my mates, I personally do not consider playing football once a week and riding into uni 2 mornings as training maybe you see it differently. I love that you have cared so much to stalk me on the internet but why go to all the bother if you don't actually have any adivce? Yes I ran/walked a marathon but I ran about 8/9 times before it, this was months ago so as I see it that would leave me in an untrained state now wouldn't it?
Really? you are a bit weird, when I signed u to the marathon i went running for a month about twice a week I then stopped about in July ish as the novelty wore off and the football and olympics came on the tv. The effects of running for that month would surely have worn off by now? Also again you are finding random bits of exercise I have done. I did not say I have never done exercise, I said I have never trained for running. Do you have any advice on the training for running which is what I actually asked for or would you like to google a photo of that one time I played football back when I was 12?
Do about 6miles a week which again is not training haha. I did not claim to be some suerhuman athlete, I posted the time I have to go off and asked if I could improve this with training and what training should I do. For some reason you seem to think I'm trying to make up some alter ego. I did not realise that doing a couple of runs back when I was at school and that cycling to uni would be so improtant and that you would class this as training. Also kind of stalkerish you know I have a bike, maybe you should stop using google now?
Haha I think I know my life a little better than google. I ran 2 races for my cross country team in 6th form and that was nearlly 5 years ago, forgive me if I'm wrong but I don't think that counts as training? I did no training for the marathon because I thought it would be alot easier than it was, I didn't run it all I walked some. If you find someone of my size and build I promise you they could get round a marathon with no training. One reason I know this is the guy who I did it with also did no training. I didn't say I have never done any exercise in my life I said I have never done training which is true. I was asking for some training tips because I don't know what to do.