skyblue46 wrote: »
Welcome to the logs. All the best with your DCM training. I think you're going to nail it!
Treviso wrote: »
Great to see that you've started a training log, I will follow with interest.
Your DCM training so far has been very diligent with most runs at the right pace. Best of luck with the log
Mr. Guappa wrote: »
Best of luck with the log! Nice job with the training to date
Kellygirl wrote: »
Best of luck with the log and the training. It’s amazing being part of the novices group and makes DCM really special.
Bananaleaf wrote: »
Welcome! Looking forward to the logs and the emojis You seem to be really enjoying the journey so far!
Laineyfrecks wrote: »
Sure you've gotta love an aul emoji or 2
I've never ever had a structured plan & was a bit hesitant but yes so far i am enjoying the structure & knowing what my goals for each week are! In saying that with life being life some days just don't go to plan exactly but i always push myself & make it happen & usually i feel sooooo much better after
ariana` wrote: »
You have fantastic PBs for an on/off runner, you're going to be an exciting one to watch!
Best of luck with the log and DCM, you're in the best of hands with the team of mentors this year.
Treviso wrote: »
Your Garmin (even the basic models) should have a setting to display the average pace for the mile/lap - so you know what minute mile pace you're doing.
I remember getting my first garmin and it was set to Pace by default - not sure why that is the case. Change it to Lap Pace instead.
Time to get out the manual!
Baby75 wrote: »
Good luck with the Journey to DCM19 you are in great hands with the mentors and probably make life long friends as well
looking forward to following you along the way
Bluesquare wrote: »
Welcome to the wonderful world of logging . You have great pbs - looking forward to reading about your marathon training and first marathon !
gypsylee wrote: »
Good luck on your marathon journey. Looking forward to reading about your progress. DCM 19 will be a great event for you.