Dean Kelly


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Beginners marathon training

Posted: 29/04/2009 at 20:58

My legs feel normal but my toes gonna need months. seriously you got to see it to belive it! the wonder is i didn't feel a thing while running.

 any one got any pics from marathonfoto?

bloody expensive.

Beginners marathon training

Posted: 28/04/2009 at 09:08

sophers, I would of started the race with 2 rhinos, a donkey, a camel and the wombles!!

but they were aloud to walk further to the front.

Beginners marathon training

Posted: 27/04/2009 at 22:06

great time Kelly. I so know where your coming from about the funny tummy. I must of eaten 4 bags of jelly babies on the way around. did the trick though coz i didn't feel tired at all.

I took two gels dropped one at mile 5 ish and promised my self the other at mile 20. when I got to mile 20 i'd forgotten about it so had it at about mile 24, it was horrid (never had one before) so I chucked it. 

Beginners marathon training

Posted: 27/04/2009 at 21:35

well done every one. wow what a day!!!!!!!!!!

I managed to finish in 4.17 but I must add I started in pen 9 in the red start. i'm not exaggerating when i say there were about 100 people behind me at the race start. I didn't get to the start line until 10:24!!

I felt amazing all the way round but had a mere overtaking and spent the whole race hugging the right hand curb. there really should be a rule that if your walking you have to do so on the LHS!!!!

I said this would be a one off but now I truly think i could knock at least 30mins of that time if i gave a shorter expected finishing time. See when I gave my expected finishing time I was injured with my ankle so I thought I'd be lucky to finish under 6 hours. There must of been an awful lot of fibbers coz loads of people i over took in other pens didn't look like they could finish in under 7 hours.

I'm entering 2010 ballot so WE shall see. but I dont think I can stay this skinny for another year!

oh and for any one who want to see I'm on a vid shot on the day on you tube haven't watched on tv yet to see if i'm on there has any one else?

Beginners marathon training

Posted: 25/03/2009 at 19:37

my number came through the weekend. I'm red start which I'm so pleased with because it means I'll be running past the flat I grew up in. I wont be pointing it out to any one mind because its a right hole!!!

 who's got friends and family going to cheer them on? could they give a cheer for me please. I'm going to be billy no mates. strange as all my friends and half my family live right on the route.

any one doing the FLM going to meet up at any point? it would be good to meet up for a good drink up b4 the race but I doubt that would be the best idea!!

Beginners marathon training

Posted: 24/03/2009 at 21:51

lol@ harry. I twisted my ankle at littlehampton running on the beach about 6 weeks ago.

as for you LB, I've seen pics of you and your mates out on the town and can very much belive that!!

Beginners marathon training

Posted: 24/03/2009 at 20:23

hi guys, I'm still running....just!!

 been riddled with injury's along with a huge decision to emigrate to Australia in 5 years time. I've re-trained as a wall and floor tiler so I can get a permanent residency visa under the skill's in demand criteria so I've been so so busy this forum has been far from my mind.

 I'm sorry to ditch you guys but something had to give. 

I've not been following any training program at all just running when ever possible and trying to do a LSR on a Sunday but not managed that many. last one was 3 weeks ago I did 18 miles and sooo felt it. my ankle still plays up from time to time and my hips give me pain if I go too fast

I'm not at all happy with the way things have gone but my life has dictated my marathon rather than the other way around

I'm sooooo skinny I look a mess. almost all my hard earned muscle has vanished and I resemble a 15 year old boy

and to top it all i've still got to raise £625 for Macmillan for me to reach to £1900 gold bond goal.

 well thats enough moaning from me then. how are all you orrible lot getting on?

oh and dose any one live near aurendul in westsussex? i'm there monday for 2 weeks so looking for running routes. I'm gonna try and really clock the miles up while i'm there.

Beginners marathon training

Posted: 21/03/2009 at 21:46
hi all long time no....

Beginners marathon training

Posted: 27/01/2009 at 00:30
lol done this as a lad playing rugby.

Beginners marathon training

Posted: 25/01/2009 at 18:45
sound too hi tech for me! i strugle with the paper program i have. lol
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