Younganne Registered User
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Seeing as we will all miss the thread & tables, and are all mad to get running again...i think we are offically real runners now and i think we should continue to post & see how everyone is getting on...


we could continue but just not be a marathon thread, I know i would love to do a log but wouldn't have the time so weekly table like we have been doing would be great... a group log if you like

any ideas/suggestions

i will be following Hal Higdons post marathon recovery for the next 4 week, as posted by Ray http://www.halhigdon.com/postmarathon/zeroweek0.html
and then might look at his spring training program...www.halhigdon.com

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Nules10 Registered User
#2

Oh we are here now Just signed up for Waterford half. Anyone else?????

RayCun Registered User
#3

I think this belongs in the training logs section, because it will be a group log for the novices-no-more. What do you think?

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Nules10 Registered User
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RayCun said:
I think this belongs in the training logs section, because it will be a group log for the novices-no-more. What do you think?


Yep sounds good to me ray...

red face dave Registered User
#5

At least now I have a log within a log. The next step to one day having my own. Good idea Anne. Looking forward to seeing how our little club gets on in the next year.

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Younganne Registered User
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Nules10 said:
Oh we are here now Just signed up for Waterford half. Anyone else?????



Fair play to you, i have something on that weekend...but definitely will be doing something in December, hope the snow stays away...Waterford was cancelled last yr becasue of it!!!

Younganne Registered User
#7

RayCun said:
I think this belongs in the training logs section, because it will be a group log for the novices-no-more. What do you think?


Good man Ray...you gonna continue coaching us???

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RayCun Registered User
#8

I've no wisdom left to pass on, yis have drained me dry

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Younganne Registered User
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RayCun said:
I've no wisdom left to pass on, yis have drained me dry



theres plenty there bursting to get out...and you have the captive audience

PaulieC Registered User
#10

I have just signed up for the Donadea 50k in February (I hope there are still places left), so I need to fit in a small recovery period and a 50-mile-a-week schedule and probably some taper for that. One of the LSRs for that is actually a marathon distance

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red face dave Registered User
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cambo_gueno said:
I have just signed up for the Donadea 50k in February (I hope there are still places left), so I need to fit in a small recovery period and a 50-mile-a-week schedule and probably some taper for that. One of the LSRs for that is actually a marathon distance


Bloody hell now that is post marathon blues. Fair play to you and best of luck.

Younganne Registered User
#12

red face dave said:
Bloody hell now that is post marathon blues. Fair play to you and best of luck.


+1, more like post marathon MADNESS



fair play to you...maybe some day

BobMac104 Registered User
#13

room for another with the blues?

Going to do a 2/3 miler on sat id say. legs feeling good. happy with the recovery so far.

Clonakilty half for me in december. I couldnt face the full marathon there even though i was looking at the multiple marathon program today... i dont think it would do me any good!

I half-joined the local running club towards the tail end of my dcm training so when i am back to running ok ill slot in there for the winter (cant wait to be honest)

at this point id like to do cork and dublin next year and was thinking of using daniels as my plan but these are just thoughts at the moment.

Thanks for setting up this thread. as you say a log in a log is enough for me at the moment.

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sunflowerRo Registered User
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BobMac104 said:
Thanks for setting up this thread. as you say a log in a log is enough for me at the moment.


Yes + 1 on that. Definitely feeling the blues after Monday!

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PaulieC Registered User
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Younganne said:
+1, more like post marathon MADNESS



fair play to you...maybe some day


Feck it. I can't run fast so might as well run longer

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