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Halstead Marathon

Posted: 23/02/2014 at 07:05

I'm doing it, but i'll probably come last.

Losing a little bit of weight and marathon training

Posted: 12/02/2014 at 23:10

He wrote minus 500...

Beginner Training for 8 Mile in 11 days

Posted: 11/02/2014 at 13:41
A relatively fit and athletic person should be able to jog 8 miles without a problem anyway. or arent you really "relatively fit and athletic"?

Training for london marathon with cough?

Posted: 11/02/2014 at 13:26
Or htfu.

marathon training

Posted: 02/02/2014 at 11:34

As you've been injured for 3 months I think it's a really good idea for you to do a long run at the weekend then maybe you could do intervals on a monday, tempo run on a tuesday, fartlek on a wednesday, hill sprints on a thursday...maybe you could do some heavy squatting on a friday!? 

10k in 8 weeks??

Posted: 09/01/2014 at 01:00

It's up to you really. If you want to do it it's easy. If you'd rather faff about running 7 odd miles a week for ever then thats up to you.

When I started I went from 0-6 miles in 5 weeks. And I'm the most un sporty person in the world.

My girlfriend went out and ran 4 miles on her first day.

My ex father in law did 5 miles on his first day,which was also his first days training for his first marathon 4 months later. No previous exercise.

And my ex's cousin ran a 45 minute 5 mile race with zero training, no other sports, nothing. Apparently she wasn't bad at running at school some 30 years before.

If you want a kick, (devils advocate...), i'd say if you've run for 30 mins but haven't even covered 3 miles in that time then your fitness isn't dwindling, rather you have never been fit. I've done 15 marathons and two ultras and iv'e sure as hell never been fit. I was just conditioned to the distance.

 

Gait analysis, as waste of time?

Posted: 02/01/2014 at 20:14
Ben Davies 15 wrote (see)
They look at whether the customer is landing on the heel or the forefoot, because while most shoes are good for heel strikers, many are crap for forefoot strikers.  Above all they look at the customers history more, in terms of previous injuries and what has worked for them in the past. 

 

 

Hi Ben sorry for para phrasing you above but I just wondered what your thoughts are fore foot runners and shoe type? If you were still a Sweatshop employee and you had a new runner come in with no shoe history but asked for gait analysis and who clearly demonstrated entirely fore foot running, ie heels not touching at all, how would you deal with that customer?

things-that-are/are-not-important-to-you-on-the-internet

Posted: 10/08/2013 at 10:53

Why are all feminists and lesbians so unattractive? 

whats in your fridge

Posted: 08/08/2013 at 00:35

Nothing, I don't have a fridge.

Over 40 - Height/Weight/Time

Posted: 25/07/2013 at 00:37

Its a talent thing. Being scrawny helps, training helps, but if you haven't got talent, as every person on this forum proves, you'll never be really good at running...

 

Or you wouldn't be on here asking and answering...

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