Posted: 16/05/2014 at 13:44
Abbers - looking good on the speed front, just remember it takes a bit of time. Mixing up the sessions is good too, so you get bit of variation of pace.
Gul - never say never on the marathon start, but I guess you know what your body is telling you on this occasion. Just remember to take your running shoes with you to Bluewater, as that sounds like a marathon shopping trip!
Badbark - that's a lot of fruit & veg in your diet, just as well you run so much to counter balance it
PMJ - East MIds Grandprix is good to do, but I've only done a few as the logistics and journey times mixed in with family commitments makes it more difficult these days.
Sounds an interesting route Poacher along the Belgian coast. I'm guessing it is fairly flat?
Welcome to the thread Crash Hamster, you are in the right place for sub 3.15 advice.
Not clear if I can do my League 8 mile race on Sunday as junior KR has a football tournement and a 9am meet, so will have to see if I can sort out a lift.
Good luck to anyone that is racing this weekend, looks like the weather will be warm again.