. • My RW profile Goal: sub-4:00 Current PB: 4:14:27 Rob's Training Schedule | Rob's Food Diary Analysis | Rob's Training Thread | Rob's Race-Week Nutrition Strategy Weeks 13 - 14Rob says: I started this fortnight with a dodgy ankle
Goal: sub-4:00 Mentor: Steve Smythe Sport scientist: Gareth Turner Forum nickname: AndyV Age: 34 Running for: 1 year No. of marathons: 0
the Runner's World pacer in the hope of getting sub-4:00 (thank you!) but unfortunately I lost track at mile 19. I managed to hold in there until mile 24 but I ran out of steam in the last two miles and eventually I had to succumb to walk/run to the end. I
Standfirst: 16-week sub-4:00 scheduleAuthor:Pics:Issue date: Feb-May01Keywords:uan131--A 4:00 marathon is approximately 9:00 per mile. To break 4:00, you should eventually be capable of a sub-1:50 half-marathon (8:20 per mile) and sub-50:00 10K (8
Age: 45 Job activity level: Works in a shop so on his feet all day Marathon history: Six marathons over a 25-year period Goal: 4:00 Current PB: 4:14:27 Height: 1.75m Current Weight: 77kg. Rob
I sprinted the last 100 metres at exactly the same pace as the previous two miles. I had done it and at a sub-4:00 pace!Walking in a strange John Wayne-like way I was given my medal and sat on the floor for a moment by a metal fence and contemplated
Runner's World talks to Steve Edwards, 48, the man who knows all there is to know about running the legendary 26.2 miles"I ran my first marathon aged 18. It was my first-ever race: Coventry was holding its first marathon, and I had a bet with some mates to see if I could do it. I...
This was my fourth London Marathon. I know from experience that it is never easy to PB due to the sheer number of people running, but it is simply the best marathon for atmosphere. I had a target of sub-4:00, had put the training in and knew what I
).The Fetch point was a blur. I knew stopping would mean missing my sub-4:00 target so just crashed my way past grabbing a Jaffa Cake and a handful of Jelly Babies. I believe it was at this point that any rational thoughts were left in my wake. The Jelly
The Virgin London Marathon was my first ever marathon. Previously I'd run the Bupa Great North Run and, having been hooked on the atmosphere and the fantastic sense of achievement, I set my sights on the London Marathon.With four months of five-days-a-week training (RW's 16-week ...
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