Beginning training for a half marathon

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Jun 2012
6:30pm, 7 Jun 2012
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Mickster n Philster
there will be lots of great advice come along

just that we dont always think of it all at time of typing

i would say - NEVER try anything new on race day, especially over ther longer distance - it may be it does not agree with you and it may be a DNS or DNF, and all that weeks and months of prep for nothing

i know we all learn as we go along, thing is now a days

us expereinced runners are on hand to stop you all making the mistakes we made
Jun 2012
6:32pm, 7 Jun 2012
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Mickster n Philster
TT

you'll never bore me with any of it

just waffle away :)
Jun 2012
7:50pm, 7 Jun 2012
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ElanorAutumn
TT that sounds like a great plan to me!
If you find anything that particularly helps you please let me know!
Jun 2012
7:51pm, 7 Jun 2012
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ElanorAutumn
Also thank you everyone for your advice, its all appreciated!

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