313553_20661#a313553_20661 I've always used the Nike Mayfly for the really fast stuff like 10k and under (on the same page at Start Fitness). I've never got on with Asics as a rule so haven't tried the hyperspeeds. you could try dorunning
has settled then I'll reduce what I do.Running in bad weather in the daylight is one thing, trying to do the same in darkness another all together.Last 2 days for instance, I've done a 12 and a 4. Luckily I could swap the 12s for the lunchtime run
not to break 26 mins but its all going in the right direction.Thanks again everyone for all the advice!! If you want to break 50 mins there are a few things you will needs to do:Run at a far greater speed than 10k pace. Doing 8 x 400 is a good way to do this
an elastic band off my finger and hit a piece of dangling string from 10 feet away. I can (& do)run slower than any of you lot i can run so slowly that i makes the freeze frame on the video look fast. But i do it naturally FF, you'd have to work at at it
boing and they're over that hill.... My "kit" for yesterdays run and every other run I do:Running products: Asics trail shoes.A cheap Ronhill vest. Non running products:Peacocks 60p socksSupermarket pantsNot a believer in kit but I'm sure that will soon
mind how far or fast other people can go just believe in and enjoy your own progress.Thats what I think anyway. I'm depressed! No free t-shirt from dorunning.com and I have a stye, must have been chilled from thw wind after a run... What motivation can
Hi everyone I’m Caroline and I’m new to the RW forums. I came across the Asics Target 26.2 competition last year whilst searching for tips on a marathon training program and I was very impressed (and nervous for the final 5) as I followed their training highlights and video clips...
I am thinking of entering this, anyone done it before and can they recommend it? Most important, how flat is it!? Hi topcatdid this last year, really enjoyed it - it is fairly flat, a few short sharp rises over bridges by the canal and the last 300 metres are uphill !!!! Not wh...
I am doing the great north run in October. its my first half marathon and I really don't know what to expected. I am not really a runner more a plodder and expect to be at the very back. Is their any other plodders doing this race ? There'll be loadsJust put one foot in front of...
I've had very conflicting opinions about the effect that Treadmills have on your legs.I much prefer running outside so let's assume most people do, however with the dark and cold days it's tempting to substitute some midweek outdoor runs for indoor ones.however, I've heard some p...
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