Morning Off to bed now. Must sort my sleep patterns out - it is never going to be easy to get up at 6am unless I start going to bed at a reasonable hour!Goodnight! goodnight and good morning!bleur, been awake over 1.5 hours already. Can't call in sick, much as I'd like to.Had t...
marathon in September. Running style, slow and steady, I have the legs of a pack horse and am just not built for speed. I am trying to lose weight, the aim is 10lbs. Not that much you might say but it just won’t shift, doesn’t help that I love to cook, eat
I've been training for several month's now for a 50 mile ultra at the end of July. Training has been geared towards 'ultra-pace' running, long walking and general 'time on feet', however in mid-October I'm doing the Amsterdam marathon so I'm looking
I ran my first half marathon last Sunday, having run/walked one last autumn. I'm doing a 5K on 15th May and want to beat my previous pb of 29 min. Any tips on how to recover from the half whilst trying to do this? (I am quite slow, but want
PBs: 5K 18:27 (2012), 10K 38:37 (2011), HM 1:22:57 (2012), Marathon 3:12:48 (2012)Aims for 2013 - 1: to stay injury free2: to go sub 3 sometime during 20133: Outlaw IM as close to 12 hrs as possible
Born and bred in Hatfield, Herts but now study Sport and Community Leadership in Bedford, Beds. I Run for my university and recently completed my first marathon. I enjoy most sports and am interested in sports nutrition. 6-15 miles is my prefered
Got myself some flight socks to wear after runs,wanted to give it a go as I would like to do my 1 st marathon this year. Just wonder how long to leave them on for? A few hours?Or sleep in them? Many thanks
Hi people.I have a marathon on this Sunday and 5 weeks later I have a 112mile ride on the saturday followed by a marathon on the Sunday.My question is this. How soon should I start to train for the ride and run, and what sort of intensity? I
How do you know if you have recovered after a marathon .People recover at different rates and the advice is not to push too hard or long until you have recovered. But how do you know that you have recovered?I think the one day per mile seems a bit
at the top you will find a race time predictor. Put in your marathon time and ask it to predict your 1/2m time. You can see whether you ran quicker or slower than predicted.JJ how long does it take to recover from 1/2?
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