- 28-07-2012, 15:27 #2041
Got my time down 7 seconds to 13.55. Not a great time but I'll get there.
- 28-07-2012, 15:31 #2042
- 29-07-2012, 10:26 #2043
- 29-07-2012, 11:01 #2044
i should have said run as far as you can until your legs wont take you no more, dont just do a mile and half, do 3,4,5 miles every other day or everyday then do a 1.5 mile run at the end of the week and see if your time is improving, thats what i did, ran 3 miles every other day then did a 1.5 mile on a sunday and my time flew down. i do 3 miles everyday now, sometimes its a struggle as my legs are aching like a bitch but it makes my 1.5 mile time alot better
- 29-07-2012, 11:05 #2045
- 29-07-2012, 11:07 #2046
- 29-07-2012, 21:36 #2047
- Join Date
- Jul 2011
I imagine you have only just started running Fent? 13 minutes is barely making it round, so as others have said, I suggest running 1.5 miles every day for a week, then mix in some longer runs and then exclusively long runs with a 1.5 at the end of each week.
- 30-07-2012, 08:44 #2048
- 30-07-2012, 08:46 #2049
Thanks for the advice Freddie and AJ. I've been doing it a couple months and I was 19st, so managed to lose 4st so far.. Been a slow progress but I'm getting there
- 30-07-2012, 13:13 #2050
- Join Date
- Feb 2011
Few questions if you guys dont mind filling me in.
Jerry Can test: What is the Max Distance you go, and what is the pace?
Bag Lift: What is the technique that you lift this - Is it as simple as a squat lift to chest then place on platform?
Thanks in advance for any replies.