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Posted: 03/08/2014 at 22:25
VTrunner- is that Hadd training you are following and do you run the marathon based on your heart rate zone?

20 miles for me this morning P&D stylee, first 15 at a nice comfortable 8-8.10 pace and the last 5 at 7.30 mm felt a lot tougher than l was expecting. I think the higher mileage is making my legs feel heavy.

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Posted: 01/08/2014 at 08:56
Gul- I'm running Abingdon again this year and have set the target at Sub 2.55 because Sub 3 was so last year.
Great mile pace btw, enjoy your holiday.

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Posted: 31/07/2014 at 16:38
Hi all, not posted on here for a while but have been lurking.
Some great training going on as usual.
Well done to Slokey on a magnificent Ironman? Outlaw achievement, that is something to be proud off.
Congrats to Minnie and MsE on the thunder run.
Great bike miles Lorenzo.
Sorry to hear of your marriage problems GM, especially tough when children are involved. Best wishes to you.
Speedy, that hip doesn't sound too clever, hope you get it sorted. Hip/ Glute is usually my overuse injury.
Plenty of running for me this month as I've been following P&D 70-85 programme but with a few more easier miles than set out on the plan, for example I'm only running about half the LR and MLR at Mara pace + 20/10%, the other half just running easy at no more the 8mm.
Seem to be coping ok (feck, I've just jinxed myself!)
306 miles for the month and 1 rest day due to family commitments which is bloody unreasonable.
Keep up the good work people.

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Posted: 30/06/2014 at 21:59
Although I did think it was going to sink to a Badbark style 'walnuts and all' report.

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Posted: 30/06/2014 at 21:56
Great report marrows, excellent effort.

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Posted: 21/06/2014 at 22:59

Shit (panic) Abingdon is only 17 weeks away, looks like I've missed the first week of P&D.

I'd better get the book out and see what I'm doing tomorrow, hope it's not 20.

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Posted: 20/06/2014 at 22:06

Oh that's just great!  Badbark is mentally sound while I have been scarred for life with horrific tales of bleeding arseholes.

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Posted: 18/06/2014 at 08:21

Poacher can you please post a pick of your manky feet as I can't get the pic of Badbarks bleeding haemorrhoids out of my tiny mind.

Jeez, Badbark that does sound a very unpleasant experience, must have been tough on you and your family.

Nobody has been let down, it's only a race.

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Posted: 16/06/2014 at 17:05

Hope TAR's healing vibes work their magic.

With about 14 years of cycling commutes I've had a few near misses, arguments and a plenty of sign language but fortunately no hits The only 'offs' have been my fault whether failing to remove my foot from cleats at traffic lights or not paying attention to my surroundings and riding into a lamppost.

 Hilarious!

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Posted: 14/06/2014 at 18:55

On no Badbark that sounds a horrific experience. 

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