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Sub 3h15

Posted: Yesterday at 21:44

Dedicated Fetchie here. Everything gets logged on there and if anyone is interested enough in my boring life to try to stalk me I might actually be interested in meeting them!

Sub 3 Tom: #asics262

Posted: Yesterday at 21:19

Hmm, to me the tempo looks too slow and the slow runs look too fast, but what do I know? HM pace should surely be quicker than 6.30s? Especially if you're doing 13 miles as a long run in sub 7s. 

Is Paris a week before London again? If so I'll be a week behind you the whole time, which could be very interesting for me as a comparison. I don't start my schedule until 5th January though. 

Tell us about the shopping day Tom!

Sub 3

Posted: 14/12/2014 at 18:53

Nice going Jools! Isn't it a bit early for County Champs though? I thought the usual date was the first Saturday in January. That's when ours is.

Sub 3h15

Posted: 10/12/2014 at 18:48

I ran yesterday and it was a horrendous snot fest, so given the hurricane, or weather bomb or whatever it is that's howling outdoors, I'm not running tonight. Instead I'm planning my outfit for Friday night's work Xmas do.

I can't be bothered to change my forum name, so how about you all pretend I'm CC2 Santa Goth for a while. 


ASICS Target 26.2 voting 2015: Meet the sub 3-ers

Posted: 09/12/2014 at 22:11

Ah, the TV questions and ketchup v brown sauce may have sealed the deal

So, when do they count the votes?

Sub 3h15

Posted: 08/12/2014 at 19:45

I'll only be racing XC and the Loughborough half I think. The longer ones I do as progressive training runs.

ASICS Target 26.2 voting 2015: Meet the sub 3-ers

Posted: 07/12/2014 at 21:17

Pete, you're clearly in great shape and you should be able to slaughter your sub 3 target. To race a half marathon in 1.25 the day after a hill session and then go straight on to do another 22km is bordering on bonkers but impressive nonetheless. Steve's first task would be to reign you in! 

Deliberately not commenting on the Hammer shoved down the tights....

ASICS Target 26.2 voting 2015: Meet the sub 3-ers

Posted: 07/12/2014 at 14:11

Lit isn't lazy, she's just unfairly talented!

Thomas, I can't find you on Power of 10 at all, which is odd. Which races have you run previously? 9 miles at 6.20 pace is seriously impressive for December. I don't think I could manage a 5k at that pace at the moment (current cold notwithstanding). 


Sub 3

Posted: 07/12/2014 at 14:02

I had 16 on my schedule but appear to have come down with a cold so I'm being a wuss and wrapping myself in cotton wool instead.

ASICS Target 26.2 voting 2015: Meet the sub 3-ers

Posted: 07/12/2014 at 12:14

Great responses Josh, if you don't get picked I hope you'll start contributing to the Sub 3 thread instead. 

It's a bit different for us girlies. I did up to 86 miles per week in the run up to my 2.58 last year, but we have smaller muscles, smaller hearts and smaller lungs. For a healthy young male I think 60 - 65 miles per week should be sufficient for sub-3. The guys running massive miles are running more like 2.30. 

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