Al Runs


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Abingdon Marathon 2016

Posted: 29/06/2016 at 14:26

Cmc7 - I've had similar experience with P&D leaving me tired out, so I'm definitely approaching it with caution this time and aiming to listen to my body more. Like you say, I'm going to make sure I do the sessions with good quality and then totally relax on the recovery runs, and even the general aerobic runs.

John - congrats on the 5k PB! Always good for training confidence. There is a school running track near me but weirdly it's 300m so quite tight turns! You're a little faster than me (5k PB 18:10) - have you thought about a target time for Abingdon yet? I'll be hoping to beat my PB (3:09.42). If training's going really well then maybe I'll think about going sub 3:05 for a VLM good for age...

 

 

Abingdon Marathon 2016

Posted: 29/06/2016 at 09:30

John - I'm also following P&D but I've decided to go for the up to 55M schedule as I've been a bit injury prone recently. Might throw in some extra miles if I start feeling more resilient. How did you get on with that first lactate run?

Abingdon Marathon 2016

Posted: 16/03/2016 at 17:43

(Sorry everyone else, that should maybe be on the P&D thread...)

Abingdon Marathon 2016

Posted: 16/03/2016 at 17:43

Nader- sound likes a sensible choice.

Tom- that's decent mileage for a first marathon, good to hear training's going well. Had a quick stalk of your posts and looks like you're pretty speedy too! Any specific feedback/thoughts on P&D 55-70 12 week? Just glancing at it, there was a 70M week with a 12M w 7M lactate and 21M long run. How was that?? 

Abingdon Marathon 2016

Posted: 15/03/2016 at 20:29

Thanks Millsy. I've got the P&D book and followed the up to 55 for my last marathon. I'd like to up my mileage a little but 55-70 seems a bit much. But they do feel like well put together schedules (along with all the training tips).

So I'm thinking either a hybrid between up to 55 & 55-70 or maybe the Daniels 2Q. Will probably test out some of the early weeks of all three before training starts.

Who here has done Abingdon before and what's it like?

Abingdon Marathon 2016

Posted: 15/03/2016 at 19:04

In - my first marathon since London 2013. The wife has got a place too. We've booked an airbnb in Abingdon.

My A goal will be sub 3.05. Currently thinking about picking a training schedule. What's everyone else going for?

Abingdon Marathon place for sale

Posted: 01/08/2014 at 08:34

Afraid it's gone now, hope you find a place Laura.

Abingdon Marathon place for sale

Posted: 31/07/2014 at 08:33

Hi Scott, it's yours if you want it. I've just PM'ed you with my email address.

Abingdon Marathon place for sale

Posted: 30/07/2014 at 16:36

not sure my messages are working so please reply to the thread. apologies!

Abingdon Marathon place for sale

Posted: 29/07/2014 at 10:54

I'm selling my place in this years's Abingdon Marathon as I won't be able to run due to injury. The FAQ on the Abingdon Marathon website says it's ok to transfer, we just have to email the organisers with the details.

First person to PM with their email address can have the place for £40, which was the original price I paid.

 

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