Stuart Leaney

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Posted: Today at 09:42

I agree with Dan on gels and fuelling, hydration and correct fuelling should be done the days and week previously. I struggle with the concept of training to teach the body to burn fat and then filling it with sugary substances on race day.  But then I'm a simple being and don't have the knowledge or interest in the science.

CW - that's a decent session considering the increase in miles.;

PP - that's a good session mate.

Good luck to the racers at Bath, kick it hard and all that.

17 miles yesterday with the last 5 being the Weston prom run, 5 miles up and down the seafront.  took the win in an even paced comfortable 26.40, aerobically sound but legs grumbled a bit.  Legs felt carp this morning for a 5 mile bimble.  6 later to bring up 110 over the last 7 days, which is a record.  



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Posted: 25/02/2015 at 09:46

Sounds as those doing the Bath half should have their feet up relaxing.

Nice trainers PP  I've always found Yellow to be a fast colour in fact my HM Pb was when wearing a yellow vest.

Padams - you are knocking out some seriously impressive stuff, good luck on Sunday.

Nice double Wardi.

Charlie - Big miles as usual.

Tmoth, KD, CC2, get well soon.

Ramping up the miles now, 16 Saturday, 21 Sunday 5+5 mon, 15+6 yesterday, 6 this morning with 8 planned for later.






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Posted: 24/02/2015 at 16:05

TR - Great news, looking forward to the post match beer.

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Posted: 16/02/2015 at 11:12

Ryan - I thought that as well, not that it made much of a difference. 

Bains - Nice to see you back at it.

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Posted: 16/02/2015 at 08:51

Nice to see some familiar faces at Bramley, great controlled run by Dan for a rather impressive neg split and Al you nailed your MP "blocks".  sounds like Jools, Ryan and Jock had good runs as well.  

PP - sounds like a nice 15. 

RS78 - Pubka esq PB.

Padams - Strong week, which HM are you doing?

Feck me Selbs that looks very painful.

KD - I love hill reps but never found a decent hill that's 1 mile long!!

I also ran Bramley, had a pleasing result, 1.53.16 for 4th place with an average heart rate 5bpm below marathon rate.  Let a group go at 12 and probably should have gone with them but didn't want to burn too many matches and eased off a touch over the last 2 miles.




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Posted: 13/02/2015 at 09:42

That's the plan Al, but we'll see, I'll probably just hang around the start line chatting and then be too fucked afterwards to run.

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Posted: 13/02/2015 at 09:11

Tmoth - a marathon in training on a school day, most impressive.

AL - More great training, are you doing a long warm up before Bramley?  I think I'll look to do 4 miles beforehand and then 2.2 afterwards.

Bains - I haven't done the Horwill session before, but may do it when the nights are lighter.

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Posted: 12/02/2015 at 10:19

More importantly what washing machine does the lioness have?

TR - Like the double.

Padams - Sounds like a very promising run.

Jools - That's an excellent session.

ES - Nice MLR.

TT - Coming back into fitness fast.

Dan - that's some impressive mileage. 



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Posted: 11/02/2015 at 15:52

AL - Fair play to you, not sure I could ever ease off in a race and let people past

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Posted: 11/02/2015 at 11:54

Crikey AL - Not only are you running loads your also typing loads, you'll take Lev's crown soon.  Seriously impressive miles, what's the plan for Bramley?  Think I'll go for 20 hard.

TT - Back to it with a bang.

ES - I have no idea how far I run in my trainers but i would guess much further than 500 miles.

KD - Good solid long run.



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