Training advice - feeling lost

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Jan 2014
3:57pm, 1 Jan 2014
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Kenickie
Thanks, lalli. I've looked into FIRST stuff before, but it seems like it'd actually take up even more time than four runs a week, so I'm not sure about it. I do Body balance and Pilates as cross training but I assume they'd not be strenuous enough to count?

Ice maiden, I think you're right, I just need to try and be consistent this year!
Jan 2014
4:07pm, 1 Jan 2014
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Lalli
So you could do the three quality run sessions plus you're cycling commuting anyway and already doing the BB and Pilates for the core/strength stuff - adapt to suit what time you have. It's not set in stone and makes a bit of a change. Reps, tempo and long run...

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