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The 2015 Marathon Thread

Posted: Today at 18:37

NN hope the ice rolling did the trick for the heel

Stewart that's a long drive home on stiff legs!

OH well done on getting some runs in

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1.8m w/up then a brisk 5.2m with the club through the park, interrupted by a short walk through the bluebells

 

The 2015 Marathon Thread

Posted: Yesterday at 19:55

Sundown keep the faith, not long to wait now

Stuart well done on the lengths, hope you feel better tomorrow

MG well done again, enjoy the sightseeing

NP nice easy swim session, fingers crossed the weather will be bland

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3m recovery run this morning then this evening was a half-mile warm-up and 4 x 0.50m off 90 seconds walk.  Splits 2:59, 3:02, 3:02, 2:57.  Happy with that; now off to finish cooking the chicken soup before watching Game of Thrones

The 2015 Marathon Thread

Posted: Yesterday at 10:10

Tricia good luck with sorting out that knee niggle

Joe well done on the parkrun PB and another great marathon, well done.  Looks like you've got a mahoosive week this week!

NP nice parkrun on Saturday and a storming 10 miler Sunday

OH hope all is well with you

Michael a good week's running, well done.

Gaz nice 12 miler, good luck with the new job

HM congrats on finding a new place so quickly

MG well done !!!!  PB!!   Fantastic sub-7 finishing mile. Great race report, too

Stuart well done on the long run, hope the groin is better this morning

NN hope you enjoyed the rest day

Sub17 well done on another parkrun PB

Stewart PB  Sounds like it hurt a lot in the last few miles, so well done for digging in.  Good race report.  Hope your legs aren't too sore today...

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MLR for me Sunday morning, then 4m low-Tempo on the treadmill in the afternoon watching the footie.  16m for the day's total, 59m for the week.

The 2015 Marathon Thread

Posted: 18/04/2015 at 12:54

NP well done on the pool session.  Glad you're getting things sorted out with the doctor.  Hope the parkrun went well

HM hope you find somewhere nice quickly

Stewart what's the weather forecast now?

MG nice easy 2 to stretch the legs

Joe the plan sounds good

sarah welcome and good luck in Manc

OH hope you have a nice weekend

Stuart well done on the  6.5m this morning, hope the calf is behaving

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I got up too late for parkrun this morning, so just did a steady 7m through the fields with the club. Sunny but a bit cold here

The 2015 Marathon Thread

Posted: 17/04/2015 at 11:28

Weekend Races

19/04/2015  Manchester  StewartC, Joe Hawk
19/04/2015  Zurich           MG1

Good luck guys !!!!

The 2015 Marathon Thread

Posted: 17/04/2015 at 11:26

HM thanks

NP thanks for posting that Pfitzinger link - well worth listening to.  Nice steady 6m on the trails

Anne welcome

OH enjoy the trip; hope your Dad's ok

MG nice easy 4m yesterday

Stuart good track session with some good miles too. Hope the MLR goes ok today

NN nice quick club run, enjoy the easy 5

PompeyMatt well done on bagging the 21 miler, they all count.

Stewart hope the massage loosened things up

Gaz nice hilly 8 miler, well done

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6.5m with the club yesterday, and an easy 4m for me this morning. 

 

HADD Training Method

Posted: 15/04/2015 at 23:23

Hi everyone

I've gone off-piste recently so haven't posted here for a while.  Like last year I dumped Hadd in favour of a Salazar plan aiming to break 90 for a Half.  Failed.  In fact I didn't even PB at 5k/10k either, so I'm back here looking for inspiration.

I deferred my Frankfurt place to this year (October): Having built a good base and not destroyed it with a mara, I'm currently progressing through higher subLt's (i.e. HRs that I certainly won't hold for a mara) aiming to PB at a Half in June. Then back to Hadd phase I. 

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Rich I think if you commit to some lower HR training it will benefit you even on 30 mpw.  Whatever your time commitments, running at a sensible HR will mean you'll be happy to stick a few extra miles in.  Believe me, it works.

Acp everyone thinks Hadd is complicated.   It's not - get your max tested, run as often as you can at 70-75% max HR.  Introduce some hard stuff when you get to 40-50 mpw. 

Ziks keep posting, I'm currently off-Hadd so it's good to hear how other plans are progressing

Moks nice low HR for that pace.  DD, VT hope you're both ok

The 2015 Marathon Thread

Posted: 15/04/2015 at 17:28

OH another great piccie - hope you've shaken off that migraine

NN super PB and super WAVA

Stuart nice interval session, well done

HM thanks

Gaz cracking set of rolling 800s, well done

Stewart nice easy 5 last night and good running this morning.  Weather will be fine, it always rains in Manchester

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1m w/up then three sets of 2.25m at what was supposed to be a level HR of 85%max. I started off too fast and then the sun got to me - the three intervals came in at 7:13, 7:25 and then 7:30 pace with some nasty HR drift.  I reckon that HR is about 30 seconds slower than the HR I'd race a Half on, so feeling positive (with sore legs).  Cool down got me to 9.45m for the day.

 

The 2015 Marathon Thread

Posted: 14/04/2015 at 11:50

OH nice 10 mile moorland slog !

NP nice swim session and good luck with the heat acclimatisation

MG nice easy 5 last night, enjoy the day off today

HM thanks

Joe good luck in Manchester

Stewart nice easy 4m last night, enjoy the carb loading

NN go smash that 5k tonight !!!

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2m on my own first thing and then 6m with the club.  Lovely day here - sunny with a cool breeze.

The 2015 Marathon Thread

Posted: 13/04/2015 at 16:57

Sundown thanks

Stuart well done on the recovery runs and gym work.  Sounds like you've got a great group to train with !

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3m recovery run this morning, then this afternoon was a 1.7m w/up and back on the treadie for 3m of rolling 200/200m at 6:15 / 8:34 pace.

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