Feeling really cold about 30 mins after my Long Slow Run

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Mar 2019
5:31pm, 21 Mar 2019
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Oranj
It was just over two and a half hours. Have you been looking at someone else's training?
Mar 2019
5:37pm, 21 Mar 2019
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Homer
Most folks 20 miler would go over 4 hours
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6:06pm, 21 Mar 2019
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Wriggling Snake
I stuff my face with yea and biscuits. Works a treat.
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1:35pm, 23 Mar 2019
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Little Miss Happy
Not looked at anyone's training Oranj - it was a general comment. I've always been taught that three hours is about the longest you should run for when marathon training in terms of training benefit/recovery required.

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