1500 miles in 2018

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Dec 2018
1:40pm, 31 Dec 2018
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DocMoye
Happy new year TT.

Yes Bonners. My problem is that it's a bit of an unknown as to what realistic expectation is for a distance that I'm unfamiliar with.

70%+ for 5k
69% for 10k

67% for half .... So should I aim for 65% for marathon or something less and be more confident about getting round and carrying on running in the weeks and months after ( which is my top priority). I was basing my marathon pace on 60% but maybe that is too slow.
Dec 2018
1:46pm, 31 Dec 2018
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bonners
On fetch's calculator, he has you coming out around 4hrs 3 minutes, is that similar to what you expected?
Dec 2018
1:47pm, 31 Dec 2018
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bonners
That is based on your September half time.
Dec 2018
1:51pm, 31 Dec 2018
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DocMoye
Lol..... That time is in my dreams. Truly I would be happy to get around in 4:30.
Dec 2018
2:04pm, 31 Dec 2018
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Wriggling Snake
1526 for 2018,70%+ for 5k,10k and 10 miles....not bad, all aims met really, aiming a tad higher next year.
Dec 2018
2:09pm, 31 Dec 2018
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Gobi
I have stopped giving advice
Dec 2018
2:27pm, 31 Dec 2018
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DocMoye
well thats a shame Gobi as your advice is good
Dec 2018
2:33pm, 31 Dec 2018
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Gobi
Too dangerous on fetch these days.

Safer to let people cock up.

There are too many people who know very little talking these days and I'm fed up of the confrontation. I shall still show shock sometimes but after the parkrun thread the 3.15 Mara thread the sub 90 min half thread I am tired.

Next year's plan is to focus on me, not give advice openly and finally not get annoyed by people offering bad advice.

Smile and the world smiles with you :-)
Dec 2018
2:39pm, 31 Dec 2018
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DocMoye
I'm happy to smile too :)
Dec 2018
3:06pm, 31 Dec 2018
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Mrs Jigs (Luverlylegs)
Gobi I always appreciate advice I see you giving as you have sound knowledge and experience to back it up, although some people ask for advice unfortunately not all heed input based on experience as well we know. I hope you have a very successful 2019 :-)

About This Thread

Maintained by DocM
welcome to the 1500 thread. We love to have contributions from all even if you won't be running the full 1500 miles...

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and set your mileage target to 1500miles so that we can include you in the monthly round up fetcheveryone.com/training-targets.php

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monthly round up
Jan. Mrs Jigs

Feb Jigs
March Ian
April. Neillio

May RichHL
June. Bez-Head
July. Jenny
August. Jabberknit

Sept Westmoors
Oct. Garfield

Nov. Gobi
Dec. DocMoye

Target Races

November

25th Downtown Half Westmoors

December
4th Enigma Deja Vu marathon HOD
9th Stockport 10 Jono
9th Telford 10K Clare1976
9th Christmas Enigma Marathon Jabberknit
9th Lanzarote Marathon Jenni-far-far
15th Newark showground christmas Challenge Jabberknit
18th Dec Enigma Christmas Cracker Jabberknit
30th Buntingford 10 30th Richard-M
31st Ely 10k HOD

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