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RW F7 – sub 3.30

Posted: Today at 22:19
Stewart - do you still play cricket ? My two lad aged 17 and 13 play lots of cricket. My youngest is decent and has cricket training/squads/matches several days/week year round with indoor leagus matches.

Sub 3

Posted: Today at 21:20
Cc - mo probably just needs a few campaigns under his belt.

Tmoth - I promised myslef I wouldn't get on cw's case this campaign, I need to do the same with you now.

Sub 3

Posted: Today at 21:13
Tmoth - I picked up on the 23m 36hrs before the 20 with 10mp, you then indicated last night that yiu were going to play catch up after missing the weekend. Folks are saying let what yiu missed go, I question the change of schedule for two long runs. I dont remember 23m long runs so early (although there is a weekend 24? Late on). P and d have written a balanced plan, its good, folks on here have run sub 2:30 on it.

RW F7 – sub 3.30

Posted: Today at 19:05

Good man. We want to see you come out of the other side of this with a strong run at Paris, and having some knowledge to take forward. But we also want you to have enjoyed the journey, and have retained your job and girlfriend. Once running fits around your life then it gets easier, it also helps to give it as little mental time as possible. Do the sessions, post up how they went and then move on and forget them. Too many folks spend too much mental energy worrying and pondering the X, Y and Z of running. Its a gift of good health to be enjoyed, and used to push ourselves over things like marathon campaigns to see what we can achieve.

RW F7 – sub 3.30

Posted: Today at 18:00
Happy to review next weeks training after this weeks. This is a two way process, and we both need to say it like it is, so if you get tired, ill or sore then say so. Also life can get in the way and your body doesnt know if stress is from home, work, running or anywhere else, but we have to manage it though.

RW F7 – sub 3.30

Posted: Today at 17:57
Sense - im not surprised at those pace revelations, your 10k points to a sub 90 1/2 mara. All of which would mean that 8mm will be an easy mp for you, given enough miles and endurance, so will take a bit of pondering. I expect the 7:30s in the 10 to feel pretty comfy to indicate its more mp than hmp.
I would rather see 6 Saturday and 18 sunday than 4 and 20. 6m would give you around an hours running. A bit more volume will build endurance and enable you to cope better with the distance on race day. You have good potential to get dwon towards 3hrs over a few campaigns, but it depends upon how much time you are prepared to put in really. The good news is that running is a simple sport and you should get out the result that your training desrves on race day, as long as folks dont have eyes bigger than their engine.

RW F7 – sub 3.30

Posted: Today at 17:48
Carl - sounds like a nice change from bottles all over the road then. Plus you will have runners to chase rather than a crowd scene.

RW F7 – sub 3.30

Posted: Today at 17:47
Stewart - your body will find that extra mile, it adapts well.

Sub 3

Posted: Today at 17:44
Cc - the perks of being your own boss.

Big miles there al p

Noted that marigold does his littledown marathon, but he doesnt do lots of marathon length runs and he certainly isnt doing them at the expense of volume or having to take rest days because of them. Neither is al p.

Tmoth - im going to have to say it......why cant you just do p and d as its written (no extra commutes or long runs), it gets pretty tough as it is written and there are ztill 12weeks to go yet anyway. Dont burn yourself out.

RW F7 – sub 3.30

Posted: Yesterday at 21:17
Carter - sounds like you are going to be ok with unfuelled runs then, seeing as you are up to 19 already.
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