Hi all,Im 21 years of age and back in old days(2003/4), i was running on a very regular basis and racing nearly every week. I put in some substancial race times, and to put it mildly i was a bit obsessed (i ran 4 marathons in 9 months), the almost inevitavle end result was that i...
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had about 8 months off due to injury and then 3 months comback on a treadmill. So when I started running outside I had lost my sense of pace and ran at the cadence I was running on the treadmill which of course was far too fast. I now need to sort
, you just need to keep going now.If you need advice, support or encouragement comback to this thread we can give you that, however it is you that must really want to change your life for yourself. "Whether you believe you can or believe you can't, you
and back to the village. probibly the toughest 3.75 miles you will ever run. Now thats what I call FUN done this one before missed it last year injury have not raced for 10 months think maybe this will be my comback (mad fool) i remember what a good
Thats if I can run that far by then .... its only about a week after LLanelli... whisky factory is in penderryn - can't miss it - there's sod all else there! Never done this one , any good for slow combacks after long lay off? Does anyone know yet
. Well organised, virtually all off road, no traffic other walkers and cyclists. Probably not a PB opportunity. I'm on the comback from injury and looking to use this as a stage on the road to full fitness. How 'undulating' is the course
running in 2000 and made a comback in 2008 weighing in at 14 stone over this period i have raced mostly 5k and 5mile races..what times do you run the 800 in? ok i will keep you posted mate.who knows i could find myself standing next to you on the track one
lot to come off that. Have you lurked on the over 60s training thread. If so you'll know how good it is - why not introduee yourself to them.Finally, just to emphasis the resilance of older runners:Back in 2002, four months after my comback (aged 54) I
to recover, and the increase was faily constant each week, when I think it would have been better to ramp it up more in the early weeks. Or maybe I should have run slower Mava: Your comback looks pretty good too.TippTop: The aim was to re-build my pre
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