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2016 Marathon Training Thread

Posted: Yesterday at 23:05

NP, good to hear the MOT went well, I haven't been to the docs in ages, some more good running and swimming enjoy the rest day tomorrow

DR Dan, good work I hope the HM goes well at the weekend

Tek, A good run with the club last night

SM, wow that is a quick mile, I doubt I could hold that during a 100m sprint

MG7, a good interval session and hilly 8 today enjoy the rest day

MG, nice run, I don't mind the wind when it is warm unless I am doing a session well done with the 6

Ollie I hope you enjoyed the 5

Cal, Nice 9 miler today those hills will make you strong

OH, well done with the 6 miles today, you;ll be training like a pro next year

NN, another great run you just keep on improving congratulations 

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I hope I got everyone, apologies if I missed anyone

Tuesday was just a recovery run with JS a bit off road and muddy rest day yesterday and an interval session with the tri club tonight, the session was 4 x 0.9m and 2 x 0.4m another tough session which was hampered by the wind hopefully the legs will feel recovered for the 10k on Saturday,

2016 Marathon Training Thread

Posted: 02/05/2016 at 20:33

SM, a cracking MLR today, I was also looking at Glen Moray but was thinking about the half as a training run, probably my last MP run if I decide to do Loch Ness

MG7, well done with the steady 7 today, sounds like the relay event will be tough, how many in your team?

Ollie, lol, it is good to own up to your misdemeanour's please don't let it happen again sounds like the run was pleasant

NP, Belfast does not sound very appealing, well done with the recovery cycle today

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just over 7 miles today with 3 @ LT, first mile and half into the wind and I had to stop at the end of mile two to tie my shoelace, splits were 8:03, 7:47, 7:35

Easy day tomorrow and some gym work.

P&D spring marathon 2016

Posted: 02/05/2016 at 15:31

So sorry to hear you have had to pull out at MK Ramjet, hopefully you'll be able to reap the rewards in a few weeks once you have recovered from your illness

2016 Marathon Training Thread

Posted: 02/05/2016 at 09:41

Yellow, if you need another easy week then take it, there is no need to rush back, good totals too

HM, good to hear you managed to get a run in over the weekend

Ollie, over 50 miles so soon after a marathon you must be recovering well

MG7, I have a 10k this Saturday, I am not expecting much but hope to finally get close to going under 48 minutes, well done on the long run in the trails, my tip would be to walk the hills and use that time to take on fuel

NP, well done with the 10 mile run along the course, have you ever done Belfast?

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I will be starting the week with a short tempo run after work 

P&D spring marathon 2016

Posted: 02/05/2016 at 09:08

Good luck Ramjet and AWC

BR tremendous running and 3rd place, got to be happy, if you do it again I would think about using a turbo to gently spin the legs between laps just to stop the legs from seizing up, 

P&D spring marathon 2016

Posted: 01/05/2016 at 15:19

Congratulations Tricia a huge PB you have trained hard over the winter and have reaped the rewards 

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9 miles GA today and 37 miles for the week, the legs are slowly getting back into shape.

2016 Marathon Training Thread

Posted: 01/05/2016 at 15:10

Tek, good totals for the week and month, well done with the 8 miler today, it is nice to get out in the sun.

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9 miles GA today I was a little overdressed and was a little too warm, never mind, I enjoyed the run out, 37 miles for the week, 

2016 Marathon Training Thread

Posted: 01/05/2016 at 11:26

NP, nice trail run to end the month great totals for both the month and year to date, 1000 miles already.

Tricia, congratulations a 10 minute PB is awesome and deserved after all the hard work you have put into training, I bet the curry and wine went down well 

2016 Marathon Training Thread

Posted: 30/04/2016 at 20:09

MG, a 5k PB less than a week after a marathon is awesome, you must recover very quickly, congratulations I think you'll be taking chunks of that time once you have fully recovered.

S17, another consistent parkrun well done racking up another win

Yellow, good consistent splits today, 46 minutes is a very realistic target,

Tek, well done with the recovery run shame about those 2 secs, sub 20 next time

Cal, congratulations a cracking run at parkrun this morning, lots more to come

Dr Dan, another great result today, you'll find those 30 seconds I have no doubts

OH, Nice MLR today with the group, how long now until Cape Wrath? oh and good totals for the month and year to date

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a bit over 7 miles today with 3 x 1 mile of 30 secs at around current 10k pace, it felt a bit tougher than I expected but I will get use to it. splits were 7:43, 7:38, 7:43

130 miles for the month

P&D spring marathon 2016

Posted: 30/04/2016 at 15:56

Good luck AWC and Ramjet, a little different racing on a Monday enjoy getting those carbs in.

Scott a fast parkrun you are flying

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