I’ve been lucky enough to get a slot at next year’s Brighton Marathon. As you know from our previous conversations, I’ve completed a few marathons but feel this time I’d like to make an effort to run sub 3:30 and to potentially use this then as a springboard to achieving a Boston qualifying time in the future.
Often, and I speak from bitter experience, we see runners in difficulty as a race evolves and this is very as a result of poor […]
Question From Anna I can qualify for next year’s London marathon if I run a sub 3h30m before 1st July this year (it might actually […]
The aim of my first first article in this series on Lactate Threshold Training was to define this commonly used term and explain what it actually […]
The aim of the my first article on Lactate Threshold Training was designed to explain what it actually is. In this second look I am […]
In September 2010 a new training partner came into our lives; Murphy a two year old (ish) Border Collie (ish). When we first met Murph […]