Gul Darr


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Sub 3h15

Posted: Today at 06:31

Lorenzo - I woulde say hill reps are note-worthy!
PMJ - not a clue about cadence and stride length - unti I read others' comments!
OO - excellent HM debut from junior OO.
(((Abbers))) - hang on in there!
Birch - look after that knee! My number (37) arrived yesterday too. I'll be happy too if I've done my best - although 3:10 would be really neat as it would halve my PB!
5 easy miles d&d. The countdown continues...

Sub 3h15

Posted: Yesterday at 06:29

Lorenzo - very good hilly 20 miles.
OO - another cracking parkrun.
SJ - take care of that ankle!
GM - good hilly run from you too.
Bike It - good to hear the knee is OK.
Leslie - nice progress.
MsE - glad to hear you're recovering.
PMJ - always nice to have the option.|
Surely new WR doesn't affect WAVA for us old gits, unless Kimetto is one too!
Speedy - great to hear there's no fracture.
Moof - crikey, that's some long run and weekly mileage. No wonder you're ready for the taper!
5 miles with 3 x 800m @ MP this morning. Forecast for Sunday in Mablethorpe looks good - just keeping an eye on the wind speed though!

Sub 3h15

Posted: 27/09/2014 at 06:36

Abbers - sounds like a good weekend lined-up - enjoy!
Jools - not long now then!
3 recovery miles d&d. 5 sessions to go...
Birch - according to the Mable website, race nos are in the post.

Sub 3h15

Posted: 26/09/2014 at 07:25

Birch - walk recoveries - sneaky!
VTr - cracking subLT session.
Lorenzo - 30+ miler finishing early on a Saturday morning doesn't bear thinking about.
(((SJ)))
moof - sounds like a tough fast finish session.
Last hard session today. A bit late out this morning and I got a bit carried away. 11 miles @ 7:47 m/m - 10 progressive finishing with 6:34 and 1 w/d.

Sub 3h15

Posted: 25/09/2014 at 06:30

x-post Bike It - might be 'cos you haven't done any running for a few days - I know that often gives me niggles.

Sub 3h15

Posted: 25/09/2014 at 06:27

Birch - 5 inc 3 x 1 mile at MP - doesn't leave much room for w/u, w/d or recoveries! Interesting to see you have Thu/Fri as rest days next week.
Moof - that is definitely full on.
Leslie - good 5 miler.
A certain purple fairy must have got a half-decent WAVA too.
6 slow miles this morning @ 8:48 m/m.

Sub 3h15

Posted: 24/09/2014 at 06:26

Birch - are you following a set schedule or is it of your own devising? I'm still trying to decide what to do next week (other than not a lot!)
Leslie - nice going.
I think I managed 76% for my parkrun PB, so a lot of improvement needed for 80%!
3 mile recovery run this morning.

Sub 3h15

Posted: 23/09/2014 at 06:30

Abbers - fingers crossed for a comeback next week.
MsE - not easy to make that decision.
GM - hope you can build on last week - steady as she goes.
Jools - 81.1? Smokin'!
VTr - nice shoe talk.
8 steady miles this morning @ 7:39 m/m.

Sub 3h15

Posted: 22/09/2014 at 06:41

Leslie - hope you find more time for running this week.
Bike It - it's all good endurance training.
TAR - Oh no! Sorry no relevant experience to share.
Birch - Yes, watch out for the tapir madness.
Jools - that is just fantastic - you must be over the moon and lots of other cliches.
PMJ - good fast running in Japan.
OO - look after that hip.
MsE - excellent result - should be pleased with that.
Lorenzo - nice sub 90 - well done.
SJ - good long run with fast bits.
(((Minni))) - hang in there.
Moof - well, we'll let you off with 76 for a cut-back week.
VTr - good 13 miler.
8 easy miles including a nice even number of strides (10).

Sub 3h15

Posted: 20/09/2014 at 20:47

Abbers - had a slight change of plan and did 90% this week - 60% and 30% planned for the final two.
SJ - that's double bad luck - hope today went well.
Lorenzo - congratulations - good confidence booster for tomorrow.
OO - another excellent parkrun.
Moof - that makes three great parkruns! Well done.
Birch - four! Have you got a target in mind for Mable?
All the best to Jools and MsE tomorrow too.
Last long run d&d this morning - 18 miles @ 8:27 m/m (9 slow and 9 easy). Did some mental arithmetic during the run and made it 1609 days since VLM 2010 - one day for every metre in a mile! 14 days to go to Mable and counting

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