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Berlin 2012

Posted: 20/10/2011 at 18:12

I'm in, 2nd time, hot tea, well warm with honey was lovely at the drinks stations, fruit as well.

Stayed in outskirts and got bus and train in, typical german organisation, brilliant.

If There was one bit of advice to share

Posted: 12/10/2011 at 16:26
eat a jelly baby at each drink station, sometimes they do need washing down.

GPS watches or apps on your phone?

Posted: 09/10/2011 at 21:15
On the london marathon my Garmin 205 had me finishing on Birdcage walk, Docklands had confused it, however cardio trainer on my htc desire also regularly adds 10% to my distance wherever i run, but as someone said it plays music and talks to me which helps.

If There was one bit of advice to share

Posted: 09/10/2011 at 21:05

Whatever training you do will not be enough, afterwards you could have always done it faster/ more easily if you had done the extra long run............forget that just enjoy the day and be grateful that you are one of the few that have the ability to do 26 miles, you have earned that pride

Swim or run day before

Posted: 08/10/2011 at 08:40

very gentle splash in a pool sounds good for me, relaxing and not using any of you legs reserves.

Help HM Training

Posted: 03/10/2011 at 18:27

with 2 weeks to go i would do a number of 2 or 3 mile runs very relaxed, have 3 days rest prior to the big day and try and enjoy your first HM, you will of course be certain to run a PB.

Rejected Again - So what one should I opt for ?

Posted: 29/09/2011 at 14:11

Just come back from Berlin, in my opinion better than London, although i have also just been turned down by the ballot.

Did Manchester in 2002 and that was interesting but that was a different route. 

So many to choose from in UK, might also give MK a try.

Berlin registration starts in Oct with early entrants getting in cheaper so keep searching

mobile phone apps

Posted: 16/07/2011 at 15:20

Cardiosport is good, updates can be set to various times/distances, i have mine at .2 mile. GPS may not be the most acccurate but my Garmin managed to show me completing a marathon when i was 800m from the finish line.

automatically plays music if you want, can upload your map and times to facebook and twitter.

C25K - Large Guys + HRM

Posted: 15/07/2011 at 09:30

Well done,

Have you tried putting in some short sprints once a week on a short run and upper body work a few times a week, try stopping at every bench when on a run and do a few dips or press ups, start easy by staying on your knees.

Totally shake up your training to confuse your body, it might have got used to your current regime.

HRM is a goodd incentive for me...boys and toys!!

But do keep going. 

Running routine advise for army pft

Posted: 08/05/2011 at 20:10

get off the treadmill and do fartlek for 2 weeks, rest 2 days prior to test and go balls out on the test, This is for a job for possibly 22 years, so make it a good one.

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