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Posted: 01/12/2016 at 16:01

used a few in the past omm and cheaper decathlon one in current use is the innov8 race ultra theres a 5 or 10 ltr . incredibly comfortable .cant recommend enough .its on sale if you shop about .

Four Villages Half Marathon

Posted: 19/01/2016 at 22:14
Loved it !!! It's 2 yrs since I've done a half marathon on Tarmac .( prefer mud and peat bogs ) but I signed up to help a mate out who is training for a spring marathon , and this was on the training plan . Loved the route , didn't notice any bad ups , just loved all the downhills . My mate got a pb ! Nice to have route closed to traffic . Lovely marshals . I'll be back deffo next year !

Team GB

Posted: 04/12/2013 at 21:26

Well 15 mins 45 secs will get you the course that possible ?


Team GB

Posted: 04/12/2013 at 18:23

Which parkrun is Samir doing?......are you gonna try for a course record?

Running following a half marathon

Posted: 04/11/2013 at 17:20

, there will be no stopping you, keep it up 


Team GB

Posted: 04/11/2013 at 12:40

Soz , lol I actually got a new pb that day , however it was fookin freezin, the wind being the real problem, preferred it to the previous year which was way too hot and a barmy 21 degrees ....

Team GB

Posted: 04/11/2013 at 12:06
DeanR7 wrote (see)

im going to do the full samir with my excuses and state my only half this yr was run in march in the height of the snowy weather with 20mph winds and a minus7 temp.  It would have been better but i didnt know about the performance enhancing qualities of wearing an orlando magic NBA top and sleaves. (top tip Samir)  



Dean....was,nt the wilmslow half was it..... was blinking cold either way.

Running following a half marathon

Posted: 04/11/2013 at 07:13

Why don,t you join your local running club and run/ train with them?  that will keep you motivated.  running as a group becomes a social thing and  feels less like training. If you love your running regardless just keep doing what you have been doing, maybe take yourself on some off road routes at the weekends, mix it up a little.

Are my goals too ambitious?

Posted: 03/11/2013 at 13:29

Easily achievable, pick a nice fast/flat half and  you,ll be getting 1 hr 45 or less given the training your doing.As matt says intervals and tempo runs will help you .

Team GB

Posted: 03/11/2013 at 13:23

A lot of talking the talk and not much getting out and doing it Samir. .....come on stop this nonsensical rambling and dedicate your time to your running and training.Thats what most athletes with your talents would be doing.


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What got you into this ??

what was your first Ultra ? 
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Food on route.

what to eat ? 
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overtaking etiquette

.........what are the rules lol 
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Gah !!!............wilmslow half.....its started to snow

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full body cover must be carried.........

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oh motivation where are you................

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training methods.

treadmill vs road 
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