I don't need advice on my training but thanks for the offer, I appreciate it, im sure the advice would be useful and worth while, but i'm going to stick with my ironman personal trainer who understands where I've come from and what I've achieved and what I'm aiming for next
No Wilkie you won't have a long wait. Everybody trains hard, no matter what distance they are running,because the hard part is getting up and going out there instead on sitting on the sofa! So it doesn't matter how many miles a person is running a week, so long as they are getting up, doing it and trying! As for my training, it's going great thanks and the miles are clocking up no matter what the weather!
I hear what your saying, but as a new member on the forum I haven't had time to read all the treads and find out about this guy. So maybe he should be careful what he says as it can be very offensive to people. If what he said was in person he'd have been introduced to the palm of my hand, there is no need for it. Users like that aren't a great advert for a forum or a way of getting people to come back.
But I've learnt my lesson and have discovered the hardway this guy is a clown and I will take on board next time to check who the OP is before replying!
How dare you judge me David! You know nothing about me, my life or my training. You are implying I am carrying a little more weight than I should be, a massive assumption to make, just because i run slow, it doesnt make me fat. There are just some of us in life who weren't built for running but we give it a go anyway, we do it because we enjoy it and not because we want to be the next Paula Radcliffe, it about taking part and achieving something not winning. You need to take your head out of your own a***! And maybe try showing a little respect, encouragement and support to your fellow runners, you never know we may just fly past you and beat you to the finish line!