bit of both last time and they were wuite differentI will be folowing with interest as I might well be going sub 4:15 at London Popping in quickly to say hello before I start the usual Friday night round of acting as mum's taxi and getting
its a PB by over 25 minutes - but you've got to set challenging targets or you'd never achieve anything.So - anyone else out there looking to achieve 4.15 this spring? Hi M, I am currently floating between sub 4.30 and sub4 hour thread!! I have run
Standfirst: 16-week sub-4:00 scheduleAuthor:Pics:Issue date: Feb-May01Keywords:uan131--A 4:15 marathon is approximately 9:30 per mile. To break 4:15, you should eventually be capable of a sub-1:55half-marathon (8:45 per mile) and sub-55:00 10K (8
I thought with marathon plans you were supposed to have an easier long run every 4 weeks, so 3 weeks getting longer then one week lower mileage for recovery. That does not seem to happen here. Am I mistaken?
saver. I was aiming for sub 4:15 so unlike you I was trying to run away from him! someone fancies the 4.15 man!
I would love to hear from anyone who like me is running the Boston marathon on Easter Monday.I did not qualify but got a place through sports tours and fly out on Good Friday.I am hoping to do a sub 4:15 time but getting really scared of the hills
Timer) MtB 525 2:40Dynamokev 5712(I think)sub 3:15Humph 24745 3:15Wilkie 24567 4:30 (if I'm lucky)Nikster 47553 5:00Mister W 3:40 Jenny H Sub 3.45 (GFA for next year)Big Red Toe 13129 4.30-5.00Karen96 25177 4.45 (First Timer)Mad Jonny 34628 4.15
Flying Scottie - my running partner (Chris) is running for Backcare but he's not a forumite. He's aiming for sub 4:00 (I'm hoping for 4:15).Just thought I'd let ya know....
- 49 3:15 -3:45 MEN 41 - 59 sub 3:15 WOMEN 50 - 54 sub 4:00 MEN 60 - 64 sub 3:30 WOMEN 55 - 59 sub 4:15 MEN 65 - 69 sub 4:00 WOMEN 60 - 64 sub 4:30 MEN 70+ sub 5:00 WOMEN 65 - 69 sub 5:30 WOMEN 70+ sub 6:30
nice easy Sub 4The Doc : sub 4.00My left knee - don't care, first marathon, anything under 4 hours will be smashingWalthamstow Horizontal: 4:00 (86)Greeny:4:15gentleman of the glass: 4.15Undulating : 4.15Tyango : 4:59 (162)Thinking about it
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