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RW F7 – sub 3.30

Posted: Yesterday at 21:33

Carter, I'm doing Manchester this year as Lochaber marathon was cancelled, Lochaber CC have a new trail marathon in July in its place, I'm hoping for around 3:40 which is what my current HM time predicts which will be about a 10 minute improvement

Carl, I often do a JS sandwich an example would be 6 - 4 - 2 and there is usually about 10 minutes between each, a real shame about VLM

Sense, it looks like a good couple of weeks, I know I couldn't do 4 @ HMP from the door, I need around 3 miles to warm up, maybe it my age

TR, thanks, if I can stay fit I'm sure it will all come together I think I'm doing 4 x 20m and I have a couple more LR with sizeable MP sections in them

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9 miles with 5 @ LT it was bloody hard, the first mile has a downhill start which helps to get the legs turning over so it was the fastest, the splits for the fast bits were

7:35, 7:42, 7:45 7:46, 7:44 

I don't know how I'm going to do the same session but with an additional mile to complete!

P&D Spring Marathon Thread 2015

Posted: Yesterday at 21:13

Only 10 pages! nice run Scott get on that foam roller!

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9 miles with 5 @ LT it was bloody hard, the first mile has a downhill start which helps to get the legs turning over so it was the fastest, the splits for the fast bits were

7:35, 7:42, 7:45 7:46, 7:44 

I don't know how I'm going to do the same session but with an additional mile to complete!

The 2015 Marathon Thread

Posted: Yesterday at 21:08

NN, I did one of the MP sessions instead of the 5 @ LT I didn't think it was wise given the achy achillies,you've had some good runs over the weekend and a really good 20 in the bag today well done

Tricia, WB and well done with the MLR after your skiing holiday

Gaz well done with the 30 for the week, looks like you're steadily upping the mileage 

Joe a big week with a marathon to finish it off, 

Tek, a nice start to the week

NP, an awesome result on the back off some big mileage congratulations on achieving a new PB

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9 miles with 5 @ LT it was bloody hard, the first mile has a downhill start which helps to get the legs turning over so it was the fastest, the splits for the fast bits were

7:35, 7:42, 7:45 7:46, 7:44 

I don't know how I'm going to do the same session but with an additional mile to complete!

P&D Spring Marathon Thread 2015

Posted: Yesterday at 18:00

My half time is 1:45 so that x 2 +20 is 3:50 which just happens to be the time I got a Lochaber last year.

Just about to head out will catch up later

RW F7 – sub 3.30

Posted: 25/01/2015 at 17:12

4 miles recovery this morning which have helped the legs, LT run tomorrow to start the week.

The 2015 Marathon Thread

Posted: 25/01/2015 at 15:44

MG, a nice recovery run today and good totals for the week

SM, a good LR and week too, I'm targeting 3:40 which is the predicated time of my 1:45 HM

Tek, a good result given your recent illness and it was ran on tired legs

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forgot my own stats, 56 miles witj two MP sessions the rest was easy running

 

RW F7 – aiming for 3.15

Posted: 25/01/2015 at 12:45

The pace for the MP section was anywhere between 8:30 - 8:50 and my target MP is 8:25 I'm not overly concerned as I got 12 weeks of training to get it down.

Well done with your recovery run I have just done mine too

P&D Spring Marathon Thread 2015

Posted: 25/01/2015 at 12:38

Ramjet, I hope you enjoyed your long run today

Lit, nice to get the first 20 in the bag, I've got my first one next week

Scott, well done with the LR @ MP good splits too, I've only every hit sub 7 once in training and that was downhill with a strong breeze at my back

Westy, a nice recovery run hope the head is ok after the boozy night

Fergster, 18 in the bag and as other have said you would have nailed the MP in better conditions and I'll leave the sub 3 advice to the quicks!

Men, sounds like you had a good LR 

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4 mile recovery run and  the legs are feeling a little better now, I've got my 9 with 5 @ LT tomorrow should be fun ..... Right!

 

 

 

The 2015 Marathon Thread

Posted: 25/01/2015 at 12:19

OH, thanks for the info, 

4 mile recovery run done a bit windy out and no sign of any ice, the legs are feeling a little looser now.

RW F7 – aiming for 3.15

Posted: 24/01/2015 at 20:57

A great run Tiny brilliant pacing, mine was not as good  but there is lots of time to get as good at it as you

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