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Moraghan Training - Stevie G

Posted: Today at 16:14
Dachs wrote (see)

of course, if we did have a bouncy castle, Bus would either be injured on it, or it would be deflated by the jaws of the dog that is chasing him


Moraghan Training - Stevie G

Posted: Today at 08:46

Dachs - I can confirm it was Beard Assisted.

SG - Agree with Bus. I'd say the profile is pretty much bang on to Wokingham. And being a bit later in the year, weather is usually considerably better than it was yesterday.

Dean - can't blame marathons for the last injury so you can't use that as an excuse!

Top racing Simon and good to see you back being competitive Scott.

Maybe do some x-training Matt??


Moraghan Training - Stevie G

Posted: Yesterday at 18:54

Yes youre right SG - 74.45 is PB so pleased to be 30 secs or so away. It's exactly where i hoped to be 4 weeks before London. And most on here know my training through either Strava or Garmin!

Paddock Wood is a bit marmite. At least for those from my club. Its a local race so turn out from the Harriers is always good. But the Harriers love their off road, muddy, hilly stuff and PW couldn't be anymore opposite. Flat tarmac country lanes with nothing to see except a few Oasthouses and lots of hedgerows. It's perfect for VMLM though in both terrain and timing

Moraghan Training - Stevie G

Posted: Yesterday at 16:41

Actually, the forecast heavy rain managed to stay away. At times the sun even shone through the light rain.

But the wind was considerable for the last 3 miles and straight in the face too. Target was to run 5.45 pace. Finished 13th in 1.15.19 so 5.44 pace  

Moraghan Training - Stevie G

Posted: 27/03/2015 at 11:10

oh, i managed some 600s too the other night at the end of my progressive marathon session.

20mins MP @ 5.55m/m (meant to be 6:05 so a bit too quick), 12 mins @ 5:52m/m, 6 mins @ 5:42m/m, then a 1200 in 3mins 59s and 2x 600m where i managed 1:50 and then 1:54. I was quite pleased with that.

Looking forward to running Paddock Wood this Sunday and seeing exactly where I'm at though. 4 weeks to VMLM

Moraghan Training - Stevie G

Posted: 22/03/2015 at 21:19
Balancing life, new job and something akin to marathon training means I have little time for anything else like posting on forums but such great performances today by so many warranted a paragraph. Good shit peeps

Moraghan Training - Stevie G

Posted: 16/02/2015 at 14:56
Here's hoping it works out for you AG.

Apologies Simon - somehow missed your post! Tasty time indeed, lumpy course or not

Moraghan Training - Stevie G

Posted: 16/02/2015 at 12:51
So average weekly mileage nearly double and you're 10lbs lighter than previous best year? Those 2 factors alone should see you do well in theory Ric

Moraghan Training - Stevie G

Posted: 16/02/2015 at 11:53

Bus - back in your element! XC, shed loads of elevation and beer! have a good holiday

PMJ - Sidcup will be my first race since June after not being able to do Wokingham. Kent champs as you say so the Harriers will be out in force so a good day out is on the cards either way.

Dachs - I'll still be working with models but just less hands on with that side of the business 

Moraghan Training - Stevie G

Posted: 15/02/2015 at 19:45
Great result Rob. Looking at your Strava splits, looks a well paced race right to the end. Top stuff

Good 'first finishing' at Parkrun Matt. I remember doing 16.33 at a Parkrun with SG and then doing a 30 min threshold session straight afterwards and I'm sure he'll happily admit, he thought I was bonkers!

He'll also struggle to understand today's long run I guess. 2hr 30 min long run with last 30 mins at MP (came out slightly faster than 6:04m/m at 6:01m/m). 22 miles in total

Nice long run from PJ & SG and good to see you getting your trainers on AG post Wokey. Good luck on the job front Scotch.
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