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The 2014 Marathon Thread.

Posted: Today at 11:28

OH, at least you're still getting out and about and you'll be back at it in no time

SM, it will not be easy getting fast times on tired legs, still good going all the same


6.9 miles today witha 24:3x parkrun 30 seconds outside my PB, good to find out were I'm at and it will give me an idea of what I can achieve in a fortnight at Dyke 10k 

The 2014 Marathon Thread.

Posted: Yesterday at 12:17

NN, day time telly is good motivator to get out and do something productive, enjoy the LR today


Easy 4 this morning another hot one the HR was elevated, but I'm not surprised.  I might have a bash at parkrun tomorrow,

The 2014 Marathon Thread.

Posted: 24/07/2014 at 22:01

OH, sounds like you're enjoying the kayaking, fingers crossed the ankle heals quickly 

MG, a great pace tonight, I bet you're glad you went away to acclimatise to our summer heatwave

SM, a recovery week will do you a world of good, nice run earlier

Fiona, a good session tonight quick too


6 miles tonight in an hour really warm out there I was struggling on those hills tonight


The 2014 Marathon Thread.

Posted: 24/07/2014 at 15:18

NN, a good MLR at a good pace in this heat, no doubt it will help make the marathon more bearable.

AGF, another good run nice to get out of the blazing sun


26.5 miles on the bike and hoy it is hot out, whilst climbing the hill I could feel my arms cooking, JS tonight I will be taking the 6 mile group, hopefully it will be a little cooler

P&D Autumn Marathon Training Thread 2014

Posted: 23/07/2014 at 23:19

never mind the Proclaimers, were are the Crankies! 

The 2014 Marathon Thread.

Posted: 23/07/2014 at 23:13

SM, sounds like an enjoyable run along the canal, the training is going along nicely

HM, a nice run run in that heat well done 

Fiona, well done with the easy run

MG, three good sessions today well done


just a swim today which helped freshen up the legs, I'll get out on the bike tomorrow morning, and run with JS later on

The 2014 Marathon Thread.

Posted: 23/07/2014 at 10:28

NN, I'm delighted for you and your son, an awesome achievement, enjoy the 14 miles today, 

MG, well done with the progressive run, enjoy the run and PT later

NP, some good swimming enjoy the swim later in the sea, I could see you doing an IM

Fiona, yes I'm on holiday, it is a real shame I can't go long and make the most of it, well done with the threshold run it was really warm yesterday,

SM, a well deserved rest day after your long run 


A 27 mile cycle and a short 4 mile run on monday and two 4 mile runs yesterday I tried keeping to the shade as much as possible.  Will look to get a swim and cycle today, the legs could do with an easier day


The 2014 Marathon Thread.

Posted: 20/07/2014 at 22:44

NP, shame about the puncture but by the sounds of it a good day and a cracking 5k time

fiona, awesome cycle today that is a long time to be on the saddle

HM, you have got loads of time 

SM, good luck with the long run tomorrow, and the warm 10 miler today


only a game of cricket today and we won, will hope to get a run in tomorrow morning and maybe a swim later


The 2014 Marathon Thread.

Posted: 19/07/2014 at 20:13

Fiona, Great running I hope you didn't get too wet this afternoon is was hammering down here around 3, good luck with the bike race tomorrow

SM, a tough run into loch ness, i would have ran a HM around the same time as yours but as a MP run with around 5 before as a warm up, but if the HM is your A race then go for it, I totally understand wanting to get something else to show for all your hard work

AGF, good to hear the training is going well, well done with the first of many long runs


6 miles before the rain, another good run still a bit on the stiff side and it grumbles a little near the end of the run but I feel it is starting to come together

I've entered a 10k race in a couple of weeks just too see were I'm at, I'm not expecting to much and if I can get around my current PB (50:xx) I will be happy

The 2014 Marathon Thread.

Posted: 19/07/2014 at 10:31

MG, it will certainly feel easier running back in the UK, 

SM, well done with the swim and run, I don't mind a light wind at this time of year helps to keep you cool


i went for a cycle last night up to Aberican, bit of a climb and coming back down was a little scary, I was on the brakes the whole way down, will be going for a run today hopefully before the rain sets in

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