Hi,Recently (3/4 months) started running, really enjoy my runs, longest so far is just over 8 miles. However - hills kill me!I'm starting the beginners Hal Higdon marathon schedule ready for the FLM. My question though is that as that schedule
and swear a lot.Gentle meander to Box Hill, spin up that.Tea and cake.Back via similar route, maybe via Denbies vineyard. Down Whitedown. Back via A25 via GomshallUp hill back to Newlands.Burger, chips, cake, tea, etc.About 25 miles total and never scared
Previous joyous participants of Dustboys Beginners Guide rides might recognise a few landmarks on the route, namely Crocknorth Hill (the one with the bridge), Whitedown (the really steep one that makes people swear) and Barhatch Lane (just plain
I have been running for quite a long time but have never done any structured hill training as such. I really slow down going up hill but I have noticed that my heart rate stays roughly the same as when I am running at a faster pace on the flat. l
fairy please?4thDustboySaffersM.ister W11th DustboySoupyM.ister W I'm happy to get the speedy ones doing some extra exercises. Sprints, press ups, hill reps.... **lurks - awaiting outcome of 3Molehills on Sunday ** Ah, can't do those dates
for afters plus orsum chips. About 25 miles - ish, takes in some of the Tour of GB and Olympic course, over to Box Hill (never be afraid of Box Hill again) and with a bit of luck, someone who can remember the back way (Olypic route) down again (Trogs? Henny
IS this a good event for a beginner, any hills???
great run well organised and great area to run around ,some of hills bit surprise for a beginner like my self but much enjoyed
10am Newlands Corner Drove Road Surrey near Shere. About 26 miles, 5 hills ish plus special guest star Mr Whitedown "the hard way". Followed by 10K XC run of the vaguely seriously hilly variety followed by Cheeseburgers, chips and tea.Bogs on hand
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