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Putting this out here as it's semi on topic, I'm thinking of starting a blog soon. I created a separate Instagram to log my running and training progress and slowly building some following on that after not really being fussed about followers at first.

I feel I've got a decent amount of knowledge from my own hours of research of different nutrition trends, training protocols and also experience of challenges I've undertaken and things I'll look to take on in the future. My "niche" or selling point really is trying to be a one-stop shop for people new to training. The site I wished I'd found when I was getting started that could teach me the different options for training, where to go to get involved and sign-posting to specific sites/articles etc for more "scientific" explanations (ie people actually qualified in that field as opposed to my opinions and experience)

Firstly anyone here done anything similar? 

Secondly, anyone willing to share in here or over DM any questions they've had in the past and struggled to find clear no-BS answers to? Or things they'd be interested in knowing more about that I can take away as article ideas?

Will keep the handles and site out of the post as not sure on the rules of self-promotion but happy to share if anyone is interested. I'll be honest my Instagram isn't all that interesting at the moment, I need to get over the mental block of not wanting to look like silly taking photos/videos during runs 😂 at the minute my "USP" is that I run a lot longer distances compared to most of the people on my facebook!

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3 hours ago, MarcusX said:

Putting this out here as it's semi on topic, I'm thinking of starting a blog soon. I created a separate Instagram to log my running and training progress and slowly building some following on that after not really being fussed about followers at first.

I feel I've got a decent amount of knowledge from my own hours of research of different nutrition trends, training protocols and also experience of challenges I've undertaken and things I'll look to take on in the future. My "niche" or selling point really is trying to be a one-stop shop for people new to training. The site I wished I'd found when I was getting started that could teach me the different options for training, where to go to get involved and sign-posting to specific sites/articles etc for more "scientific" explanations (ie people actually qualified in that field as opposed to my opinions and experience)

Firstly anyone here done anything similar? 

Secondly, anyone willing to share in here or over DM any questions they've had in the past and struggled to find clear no-BS answers to? Or things they'd be interested in knowing more about that I can take away as article ideas?

Will keep the handles and site out of the post as not sure on the rules of self-promotion but happy to share if anyone is interested. I'll be honest my Instagram isn't all that interesting at the moment, I need to get over the mental block of not wanting to look like silly taking photos/videos during runs 😂 at the minute my "USP" is that I run a lot longer distances compared to most of the people on my facebook!

That sounds like a good idea, the amount of stupid running questions I google or watch on YouTube is unreal! I am sure I have loads of questions that could start you off...

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6 hours ago, MarcusX said:

Putting this out here as it's semi on topic, I'm thinking of starting a blog soon. I created a separate Instagram to log my running and training progress and slowly building some following on that after not really being fussed about followers at first.

I feel I've got a decent amount of knowledge from my own hours of research of different nutrition trends, training protocols and also experience of challenges I've undertaken and things I'll look to take on in the future. My "niche" or selling point really is trying to be a one-stop shop for people new to training. The site I wished I'd found when I was getting started that could teach me the different options for training, where to go to get involved and sign-posting to specific sites/articles etc for more "scientific" explanations (ie people actually qualified in that field as opposed to my opinions and experience)

Firstly anyone here done anything similar? 

Secondly, anyone willing to share in here or over DM any questions they've had in the past and struggled to find clear no-BS answers to? Or things they'd be interested in knowing more about that I can take away as article ideas?

Will keep the handles and site out of the post as not sure on the rules of self-promotion but happy to share if anyone is interested. I'll be honest my Instagram isn't all that interesting at the moment, I need to get over the mental block of not wanting to look like silly taking photos/videos during runs 😂 at the minute my "USP" is that I run a lot longer distances compared to most of the people on my facebook!

Great resources for me have been the pfitzinger marathon plans, daniels running formula. Great guidance on structuring of your season, importance of training in correct training zones, hr training, nutrition etc

While track seasons on hold, turned my focus to running a sub 16 5k in the new year. Some cracking posts and discussions on LetsRun forum that have helped a lot in planning my season out.

Another great resource of use would be the serpentine running forum. Some great posts covering all range of subjects. 

Finally, the Macmillan race and training pace calculator is another great free resource for all athletes. You can put current race times and goal paces to calculate your training zones and paces for each session.

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Feeling pretty accomplished today. I set out at the beginning of October to lose weight and get fitter and more active, and was doing really well, but fell back into the habit of eating and drinking too much, and not moving enough once lockdown kicked in.

At the beginning of June I resolved to "close my rings" every day (Apple Activity terminology for 30 Mins exercise, 12 hours of standing for at least a minute, and 500 active calories per day) in June, and do at least one workout every single day in June, all while running in a daily calorie deficit.

27 x Weight Training Workouts
17 x Runs
11 x Bike Rides

In total, 32 hours of workout time, covering 259 miles on foot and bike in June with an elevation gain of just under 18,000ft, or around 60% of the way to the top of Everest. Approx 25,000 calories burned through exercise.

19lbs down since October, 2 inches off the chest and 3 off the waist. Only just set up the scales to measure body fat, and don't think it's overly accurate, but it reckons I've gone from 18.6% at the beginning of June to 17.1% at the end.

Observations:

My knees hurt
I need some new running shoes
I'm a sucker for hilly runs/rides
Music is essential to running motivation for me. Since I got my headphones I've done longer runs and don't mentally flag so soon.

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1 hour ago, BRISTOL86 said:

Feeling pretty accomplished today. I set out at the beginning of October to lose weight and get fitter and more active, and was doing really well, but fell back into the habit of eating and drinking too much, and not moving enough once lockdown kicked in.

At the beginning of June I resolved to "close my rings" every day (Apple Activity terminology for 30 Mins exercise, 12 hours of standing for at least a minute, and 500 active calories per day) in June, and do at least one workout every single day in June, all while running in a daily calorie deficit.

27 x Weight Training Workouts
17 x Runs
11 x Bike Rides

In total, 32 hours of workout time, covering 259 miles on foot and bike in June with an elevation gain of just under 18,000ft, or around 60% of the way to the top of Everest. Approx 25,000 calories burned through exercise.

19lbs down since October, 2 inches off the chest and 3 off the waist. Only just set up the scales to measure body fat, and don't think it's overly accurate, but it reckons I've gone from 18.6% at the beginning of June to 17.1% at the end.

Observations:

My knees hurt
I need some new running shoes
I'm a sucker for hilly runs/rides
Music is essential to running motivation for me. Since I got my headphones I've done longer runs and don't mentally flag so soon.

That's a great effort mate well done

Those scales can sometimes be inaccurate in the figure they give for body fat, but generally if you do it same time of day (best is first thing in the morning after using the toilet before eating/drinking anything) then the comparison between numbers will still provide a good guide so it's a useful tool still

 

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1 hour ago, MarcusX said:

That's a great effort mate well done

Those scales can sometimes be inaccurate in the figure they give for body fat, but generally if you do it same time of day (best is first thing in the morning after using the toilet before eating/drinking anything) then the comparison between numbers will still provide a good guide so it's a useful tool still

 

Thanks mate. 

Yeah I only weigh/measure every 3-4 weeks so I don’t get caught up in the fluctuations, and always first thing before eating / drinking etc. I prefer the tape measure and my clothes as a guide to the scales!

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4 hours ago, BRISTOL86 said:

Feeling pretty accomplished today. I set out at the beginning of October to lose weight and get fitter and more active, and was doing really well, but fell back into the habit of eating and drinking too much, and not moving enough once lockdown kicked in.

At the beginning of June I resolved to "close my rings" every day (Apple Activity terminology for 30 Mins exercise, 12 hours of standing for at least a minute, and 500 active calories per day) in June, and do at least one workout every single day in June, all while running in a daily calorie deficit.

27 x Weight Training Workouts
17 x Runs
11 x Bike Rides

In total, 32 hours of workout time, covering 259 miles on foot and bike in June with an elevation gain of just under 18,000ft, or around 60% of the way to the top of Everest. Approx 25,000 calories burned through exercise.

19lbs down since October, 2 inches off the chest and 3 off the waist. Only just set up the scales to measure body fat, and don't think it's overly accurate, but it reckons I've gone from 18.6% at the beginning of June to 17.1% at the end.

Observations:

My knees hurt
I need some new running shoes
I'm a sucker for hilly runs/rides
Music is essential to running motivation for me. Since I got my headphones I've done longer runs and don't mentally flag so soon.

Great effort!

Out of interest, what weight training workouts have you been doing? My knee doesn’t react too well to running more than 4 times a week but fancy a challenge to do stuff every day, especially as need to get rid of some festive weight I’m still carrying from Christmas 1989

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2 hours ago, SuperDziek said:

Great effort!

Out of interest, what weight training workouts have you been doing? My knee doesn’t react too well to running more than 4 times a week but fancy a challenge to do stuff every day, especially as need to get rid of some festive weight I’m still carrying from Christmas 1989

Well, I made a little garage gym about a month before lockdown....talk about good timing!

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I do a ~20 min circuit most days which consists of

5 x 10 pull ups

5 x 10 barbell squats

5 x 10 x barbell chest press

5 x 10 flutter kicks

5 x 10 V-ups

5 x 5 dips

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8 hours ago, BRISTOL86 said:

Feeling pretty accomplished today. I set out at the beginning of October to lose weight and get fitter and more active, and was doing really well, but fell back into the habit of eating and drinking too much, and not moving enough once lockdown kicked in.

At the beginning of June I resolved to "close my rings" every day (Apple Activity terminology for 30 Mins exercise, 12 hours of standing for at least a minute, and 500 active calories per day) in June, and do at least one workout every single day in June, all while running in a daily calorie deficit.

27 x Weight Training Workouts
17 x Runs
11 x Bike Rides

In total, 32 hours of workout time, covering 259 miles on foot and bike in June with an elevation gain of just under 18,000ft, or around 60% of the way to the top of Everest. Approx 25,000 calories burned through exercise.

19lbs down since October, 2 inches off the chest and 3 off the waist. Only just set up the scales to measure body fat, and don't think it's overly accurate, but it reckons I've gone from 18.6% at the beginning of June to 17.1% at the end.

Observations:

My knees hurt
I need some new running shoes
I'm a sucker for hilly runs/rides
Music is essential to running motivation for me. Since I got my headphones I've done longer runs and don't mentally flag so soon.

Bad enough seeing this crap on Facebook, don’t need it rubbing in my face on here as well

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I never check the non-football thread so only just realised this was a thing. Great to see so many City supporting runners! 

I run mountain ultras with a preference of 100 miles and up.

So far I’ve run on every continent except Antarctica. There is a 100km race there that I’m planning to do one day but last time I checked the entry fee was 18,900USD which I can’t really justify right now.

Races I’ve competed in to-date include: The North Face 100Km (now Ultra-Trail Australia) x3, Great North Walk 100 Miles x2, Northburn NZ 100 miles, Ultra Trail de Mont Blanc 100 miles x2, Ultra Trail Mount Fuji 100 miles, Everest Trail Race 100 miles stage race, Comrades, Diagonale de Fous 100 miles, Ultra Fiord Patagonia 100 miles, Fat Dog Canada 120 miles.

This year I was meant to run Northburn again and the Tahoe 200 mile race but Northburn got cancelled and, while I believe Tahoe is still on, the cost of flying post-Covid - and the necessary quarantine to and from Australia - has now made it unfeasible for me.

Despite Antarctica, the only real dream race I have is the Hardrock 100 over in Colorado. I’ve qualified for for the past seven years but haven’t been lucky in the entry lottery.

Age and a two year old kid means I’ve recently started Zone 2 training (as opposed to my usual technique of just running a high volume at high speed) and it’s proving to be one of the most infuriating things I’ve ever done. Any tips, tricks and advice would be greatly appreciated.

Cheers!

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26 minutes ago, SydneyCity said:

I never check the non-football thread so only just realised this was a thing. Great to see so many City supporting runners! 

I run mountain ultras with a preference of 100 miles and up.

So far I’ve run on every continent except Antarctica. There is a 100km race there that I’m planning to do one day but last time I checked the entry fee was 18,900USD which I can’t really justify right now.

Races I’ve competed in to-date include: The North Face 100Km (now Ultra-Trail Australia) x3, Great North Walk 100 Miles x2, Northburn NZ 100 miles, Ultra Trail de Mont Blanc 100 miles x2, Ultra Trail Mount Fuji 100 miles, Everest Trail Race 100 miles stage race, Comrades, Diagonale de Fous 100 miles, Ultra Fiord Patagonia 100 miles, Fat Dog Canada 120 miles.

This year I was meant to run Northburn again and the Tahoe 200 mile race but Northburn got cancelled and, while I believe Tahoe is still on, the cost of flying post-Covid - and the necessary quarantine to and from Australia - has now made it unfeasible for me.

Despite Antarctica, the only real dream race I have is the Hardrock 100 over in Colorado. I’ve qualified for for the past seven years but haven’t been lucky in the entry lottery.

Age and a two year old kid means I’ve recently started Zone 2 training (as opposed to my usual technique of just running a high volume at high speed) and it’s proving to be one of the most infuriating things I’ve ever done. Any tips, tricks and advice would be greatly appreciated.

Cheers!

That’s a bloody impressive list there!

I don’t feel qualified enough to give advice as you’re much more experienced than me but I’d say in terms of controlling your heart rate stick on some music that’s lower BPM or a podcast, something you can switch off too and match the pace

I find it hard at the start of runs not to go out fast, but running zone 2 has done me the world of good in terms of increasing my distances

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Anyone seen this?

I hate to discredit anyones achievements, however there's a lot of chatter online that the guy's a fraud.

Amazing feat if real, but seems loads of pitholes in his story but hes now up for/won a pride of Britain alongisde Major Tom.

Seemed to start as 50 halfs in 50 days during Ramadam too, now its 100 marathons round his dining room table, barefoot, in one direction, and has no answers to questions about nutrition or recovery 🤣 Also blocking and deleting loads of comments on his Social pages

 

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8 hours ago, SydneyCity said:

I never check the non-football thread so only just realised this was a thing. Great to see so many City supporting runners! 

I run mountain ultras with a preference of 100 miles and up.

So far I’ve run on every continent except Antarctica. There is a 100km race there that I’m planning to do one day but last time I checked the entry fee was 18,900USD which I can’t really justify right now.

Races I’ve competed in to-date include: The North Face 100Km (now Ultra-Trail Australia) x3, Great North Walk 100 Miles x2, Northburn NZ 100 miles, Ultra Trail de Mont Blanc 100 miles x2, Ultra Trail Mount Fuji 100 miles, Everest Trail Race 100 miles stage race, Comrades, Diagonale de Fous 100 miles, Ultra Fiord Patagonia 100 miles, Fat Dog Canada 120 miles.

This year I was meant to run Northburn again and the Tahoe 200 mile race but Northburn got cancelled and, while I believe Tahoe is still on, the cost of flying post-Covid - and the necessary quarantine to and from Australia - has now made it unfeasible for me.

Despite Antarctica, the only real dream race I have is the Hardrock 100 over in Colorado. I’ve qualified for for the past seven years but haven’t been lucky in the entry lottery.

Age and a two year old kid means I’ve recently started Zone 2 training (as opposed to my usual technique of just running a high volume at high speed) and it’s proving to be one of the most infuriating things I’ve ever done. Any tips, tricks and advice would be greatly appreciated.

Cheers!

Have you ever considered the Barkley?

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After having everything cancelled this year to date I decided that doing the Run to the Stones Virtual Ultra next week (Mon-Sun) would be a challenge. 
Free to enter but you can pay for a medal / shirt if you want. 
Otherwise it’s a half / marathon or 100km week long challenge. 
 

It will need me to - probably unwisely - push my weekly mileage back up to the marathon training levels from current 40ish miles a week so hopefully won’t break!

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11 hours ago, MarcusX said:

That’s a bloody impressive list there!

I don’t feel qualified enough to give advice as you’re much more experienced than me but I’d say in terms of controlling your heart rate stick on some music that’s lower BPM or a podcast, something you can switch off too and match the pace

I find it hard at the start of runs not to go out fast, but running zone 2 has done me the world of good in terms of increasing my distances

If you’ve tried Zone 2 training for longer than two weeks, you’re more experienced than me :)

I’ve never really run with music as I felt it masked my footfall and I would come down too hard. That said, there is absolutely no chance of that happening right now as I pitter patter around at a pace that feels insanely slow.

I’ll give the lower bpm music a shot and see if it helps. Thanks for the tip!

Re: your blog post questions posted on Tuesday, I’ve built up quite a library of running books with an interest in vintage training guides - Percy Cerruty, Franz Stampfl, Guy Butler, Joe Bull to name a few. A decent amount of 70s and 80s stuff too, including some Russian manuals that I can’t understand but look cool. 

If you’d be interested in any knowledge from these, I’d be happy to share.

I did have a blog idea myself but the URL renewal request each year is a depressing reminder that I’ve never got round to doing it.

 

 

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On 04/07/2020 at 12:46, SydneyCity said:

I never check the non-football thread so only just realised this was a thing. Great to see so many City supporting runners! 

I run mountain ultras with a preference of 100 miles and up.

So far I’ve run on every continent except Antarctica. There is a 100km race there that I’m planning to do one day but last time I checked the entry fee was 18,900USD which I can’t really justify right now.

Races I’ve competed in to-date include: The North Face 100Km (now Ultra-Trail Australia) x3, Great North Walk 100 Miles x2, Northburn NZ 100 miles, Ultra Trail de Mont Blanc 100 miles x2, Ultra Trail Mount Fuji 100 miles, Everest Trail Race 100 miles stage race, Comrades, Diagonale de Fous 100 miles, Ultra Fiord Patagonia 100 miles, Fat Dog Canada 120 miles.

This year I was meant to run Northburn again and the Tahoe 200 mile race but Northburn got cancelled and, while I believe Tahoe is still on, the cost of flying post-Covid - and the necessary quarantine to and from Australia - has now made it unfeasible for me.

Despite Antarctica, the only real dream race I have is the Hardrock 100 over in Colorado. I’ve qualified for for the past seven years but haven’t been lucky in the entry lottery.

Age and a two year old kid means I’ve recently started Zone 2 training (as opposed to my usual technique of just running a high volume at high speed) and it’s proving to be one of the most infuriating things I’ve ever done. Any tips, tricks and advice would be greatly appreciated.

Cheers!

Damn that's a seriously impressive list! 

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16 hours ago, SydneyCity said:

If you’ve tried Zone 2 training for longer than two weeks, you’re more experienced than me :)

I’ve never really run with music as I felt it masked my footfall and I would come down too hard. That said, there is absolutely no chance of that happening right now as I pitter patter around at a pace that feels insanely slow.

I’ll give the lower bpm music a shot and see if it helps. Thanks for the tip!

Re: your blog post questions posted on Tuesday, I’ve built up quite a library of running books with an interest in vintage training guides - Percy Cerruty, Franz Stampfl, Guy Butler, Joe Bull to name a few. A decent amount of 70s and 80s stuff too, including some Russian manuals that I can’t understand but look cool. 

If you’d be interested in any knowledge from these, I’d be happy to share.

I did have a blog idea myself but the URL renewal request each year is a depressing reminder that I’ve never got round to doing it.

 

 

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Oh wow that's an impressive set of books!

I think my initial pitch for the blog is going to be aimed at people new to running or at least running longer distances. I've started compiling a list of questions, mainly things ive been asked since I increased my running but also questions I've had to go and find the answers too.

Very much trying to stick to a fellow runner perspective than any type of expert. Someone who's had the same question, gone and done the research and compiled it into one place

If and when I start venturing into more advanced questions I'll definitely bend your ear

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A little update on my training, another 18 miles today.

Since I started my training plan I've completed 8 of the 16 weeks (though I'd say I'm maybe a week or 2 behind due to injury). I've got 11 weeks til raceday so plenty of time to recover it.

Started pulling it all into an excel sheet so I can compare stats, I love a spreadsheet 🤣

8 weeks
24 runs
193.74 miles so averaging 24.2 a week
54 hours of running!

My pace for runs over 10 miles have come down by about 30 seconds, whilst staying the same kind of effort levels (zone 2 to low zone 3)

Also, completely injury free now in my ankle since changing trainers! Nothing during or after my runs which is great news. Put in 53 miles this week so really happy with that
 

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On 14/07/2020 at 19:03, bartolona said:

Manchester marathon latest to be cancelled, after Bournemouth last week. Still nothing about London.

I’ve been told by somebody who gets a bit more info than i do that There is no chance  of London happening for the ‘normal runner’ and it will be elite runners only. 
 

Liverpool Rock n roll also cancelled today 
 

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19 minutes ago, Rob k said:

I’ve been told by somebody who gets a bit more info than i do that There is no chance  of London happening for the ‘normal runner’ and it will be elite runners only. 
 

Liverpool Rock n roll also cancelled today 
 

Honestly can’t see anything this side of 2021 

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On 04/07/2020 at 12:46, SydneyCity said:

I never check the non-football thread so only just realised this was a thing. Great to see so many City supporting runners! 

I run mountain ultras with a preference of 100 miles and up.

So far I’ve run on every continent except Antarctica. There is a 100km race there that I’m planning to do one day but last time I checked the entry fee was 18,900USD which I can’t really justify right now.

Races I’ve competed in to-date include: The North Face 100Km (now Ultra-Trail Australia) x3, Great North Walk 100 Miles x2, Northburn NZ 100 miles, Ultra Trail de Mont Blanc 100 miles x2, Ultra Trail Mount Fuji 100 miles, Everest Trail Race 100 miles stage race, Comrades, Diagonale de Fous 100 miles, Ultra Fiord Patagonia 100 miles, Fat Dog Canada 120 miles.

This year I was meant to run Northburn again and the Tahoe 200 mile race but Northburn got cancelled and, while I believe Tahoe is still on, the cost of flying post-Covid - and the necessary quarantine to and from Australia - has now made it unfeasible for me.

Despite Antarctica, the only real dream race I have is the Hardrock 100 over in Colorado. I’ve qualified for for the past seven years but haven’t been lucky in the entry lottery.

Age and a two year old kid means I’ve recently started Zone 2 training (as opposed to my usual technique of just running a high volume at high speed) and it’s proving to be one of the most infuriating things I’ve ever done. Any tips, tricks and advice would be greatly appreciated.

Cheers!

Hi mate, join us on Strava. The number 28 shirt is there for the taking...

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3 hours ago, MarcusX said:

How’s the training going chaps (and lasses?) 

Managed a course PB this morning over a 7k route I’ve got (well, it’s about 7.25k). 
Clocked 34:21, which was about 30 seconds up on my previous best. 
It’s got a beast of a hill too, at the 3k point and I’ve often found that slows me down for about half a k after I get over the top, but today I seemed to get back into stride immediately. 
84k July to date. Hopefully get over 150k this month if I can. 
After 3 weeks or so out injured in early June, happily now feeling back on form. 

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Got into running a few years ago after doing my ACL playing footy.

Used to hate it but really enjoy it now, done 350k ish this year and generally only do 5-7k at a time. Came 5th in parkrun couple weeks ago (ok there were only about 40 runners but still!) and the only person I’m competitive against is myself and my good friend  Strava but that works for me. 

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On 16/07/2020 at 21:11, Harry said:

Managed a course PB this morning over a 7k route I’ve got (well, it’s about 7.25k). 
Clocked 34:21, which was about 30 seconds up on my previous best. 
It’s got a beast of a hill too, at the 3k point and I’ve often found that slows me down for about half a k after I get over the top, but today I seemed to get back into stride immediately. 
84k July to date. Hopefully get over 150k this month if I can. 
After 3 weeks or so out injured in early June, happily now feeling back on form. 

Good distance today mate - but you’re getting dangerously close to my land 😂

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5 minutes ago, Silvio Dante said:

Good distance today mate - but you’re getting dangerously close to my land 😂

I walked 50 meters today to the bottle shop it took me only ten minutes. I purchased a carton of VB which weighs about 12 KGS. It took me 30 minutes to walk back with it. I did though stop to drink 2 of the 24 on the way back.🤪

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