/run on an intermittent basis, sub 4:45 at my first marathon and only sub 6:00 in the next three are testament to that. What I want to do now is to improve my fitness and times in a more scientific (HRM training) way.
35 years of running. have completed16 marathons, 3h01min-3h40min range.first one in 1984,3h11minlast one march 2006,3h17min49 years of age. training for a fallmarathon, 80 mi/wk, mostly base training
I live in the countryside and do all my training on my own with the help of my HRM. I enjoy my rural surroundings and tend to meet up with Badgers, Fox, Hares. Rabbits, Phesants and Cows.I try do
three stone in the last 2 months through diet (no beer)and running. My old HRM has been of real benefit for weight loss and is forcing me to train slowly. I would like to join a club but they seem few
, now do gym classes twice aweek and really felt now is the time before really get too old. Boys bought me a HRM (when I can find someone to help how to use it to train with) to help me and stop wife
in 4:00mins, 10k in 31:40min and my only debut 1/2 marathon in 74mins.Regretibly, I've put on nearly 3 stone since being out of serious training, but have the desire to make some kind of come back. I
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