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The 2015 Marathon Thread

Posted: Yesterday at 20:38

Matt, a real confidence boost, well done

Joe, awesome job two back to back marathons

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4 miles easy today not a nice out there, heavy rain and windy. I feel for all those doing their long runs today

Stats for the week: 63m @9:23mm avgHR 150(78%)

 

P&D Spring Marathon Thread 2015

Posted: Yesterday at 20:31

acp, that was a hilly long run great running,

RE, look after that niggle I would hate to see you benched,

Millsy, 14 @ MP in the wind is always going to be extremely tough

Men enjoy the trip away 

MM Ramjet, I hope you managed to get the long run in today

Scott, probably a good decision to bin the run, especially if it was only a recovery run

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4 miles easy today not a nice out there, heavy rain and windy. I feel for all those doing their long runs today

Stats for the week: 63m @9:23mm avgHR 150(78%)

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4 miles easy today not a nice out there, heavy rain and windy. I feel for all those doing their long runs today

Stats for the week: 63m @9:23mm avgHR 150(78%)

RW F7 – sub 3.30

Posted: Yesterday at 19:59

TR, sounds like you're going to have a busy few weeks, you must be really good with managing your time fitting in the bike and swim training alongside all the running.

Chick, nice Hadding, won't be long and those paces will be a lot closer together, 

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4 miles easy today not a nice out there, heavy rain and windy. I feel for all those doing their long runs today

Stats for the week: 63m @9:23mm avgHR 150(78%)

The 2015 Marathon Thread

Posted: Yesterday at 13:19

NP, another speedy parkrun enjoy the 20+ today, hopefully the weather isn't too bad.

MG, thanks the wind didn't do me any favours on the climb, well done with another cracking week, I'll be around 63 too once I get my lazy but out of the door,

P&D Spring Marathon Thread 2015

Posted: 28/03/2015 at 20:40

ouch! westy walking like John Wayne

Sorry LFR I missed your post, a cracking run well done, I do enjoy a pork pie, Yummy!

The 2015 Marathon Thread

Posted: 28/03/2015 at 19:36

SM, in the P&D book it says you need at least 4 or 5 days to recover from an interval session, doing yours on Thursday will mean that PR was compromised at little

Joe, a great effort, and almost another sub 3, good luck tomorrow 

HM, well done getting out for a run it is good too see

P&D Spring Marathon Thread 2015

Posted: 28/03/2015 at 19:32

Thanks Scott, I hope the gel and the rolling help with that niggle, fingers crossed it ok for you long run tomorrow, it was really wind here today but dry for a change, you never know the bad weather might help keep your mind off the niggle

RW F7 – sub 3.30

Posted: 28/03/2015 at 19:29

It sure is

RW F7 – sub 3.30

Posted: 28/03/2015 at 16:59

TR, thanks that would be great I've enjoyed the sessions and I think they're doing me some good,

Sense, I hope the house move has gone by uneventfully, I like how you're taking on a supervisory role,

Carl, that is a great session and the pacing was spot on, good luck with the 16 with 8 @ MP a tough run but it will give you a lot of confidence if you can hit those paces

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The last 20 miles run of the plan is done, decided to go into the hills today 1.350ft of ascent, probably about 8.5 mile climb in total, the run down was ok but the legs were battered by the time I got on the flat.  An easy run tomorrow and then the taper starts officially 

The 2015 Marathon Thread

Posted: 28/03/2015 at 16:54

Gaz, well done with 20, I like how you went back out to finish it, some would have call it a day there

SM, I hope the parkrun went well, I think the fling is a big commitment and will take a lot out of you, I suppose it all depends on how quickly you can recover, but if you want a good time at Edinburgh it will be very hard on the back of an ultra

MG, some more great running you're looking very good for a fast time in Zurich

Matt, welcome and good luck

Sub, a fast parkrun today congratulations on a new PB, you're looking good for a sub 80

OH, good luck tomorrow enjoy the run the legs will still have the marathon in them so that should slow you down a little at the start

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The last 20 miles run of the plan is done, decided to go into the hills today 1.350ft of ascent, probably about 8.5 mile climb in total, the run down was ok but the legs were battered by the time I got on the flat.  An easy run tomorrow and then the taper starts officially 

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