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GXW the paces should be related to your HR, not a MPH. i.e. There would be no point in taking paces used by Gabriel Salasie for his training and trying to use them in yours. There is a pace calculator based on HR on this site somewhere.
hi emma as i live in plymouth.. and have done plymouth since 1984 it used to be full marathons then!!
it is a good course with just a little kick in it at 6 miles.. and a little climb at 12 miles.. 5,000 taking part this year.. also its bank holiday so you need to book a hotel early if poss!!
enjoy the race emma.. the goodie bag is also very good..
Im new to running and 2 weeks into 1/2 marathon training, i live in leicestershire and wanted to know which would be a good first 1/2 marathon for me. Any suggestions?
I've loosely been following this sub 1.50 half schedule along with mixing it with the sub 1.25 schedule.
Just wondering why there are only two hill sessions on this one.
That's right, the crowds make all the difference...I did the Gt North Run in 2006 and the London Marathon in 2007 and I was deeply puzzled by never covering the 'race' distance in training.
I can tell you though, the plans work, just follow them as closely as you can and don't worry too much if you miss a day or two here and there. It isn't like saving up to buy something, you don't need the exact amount, you need to be close.
The furthest I ran in marathon training was 20 miles, but in one week near the end I did over 60 miles in total. I had to stop for a rest when I realised that.