Hittiing The Wall!!!


I am doing a 10 mile run in march. This would be the first time i have ever run this far and at the moment i can do about 5 miles without feeling to bad. Would i hit "the wall"and if so what is it like.
After 10 miles you shouldn't hit the 'wall', it is normally the 20 mile point on a marathon when you really start to struggle. All the feeling is: really heavy legs, blowing out of your hoop etc.

Should 'plod' 10 miles a couple of times, get used to the distance.


Im slowly working my way up to 10 miles so i can do it much more easier. Im doing at the school against a few pupilsand ex raf and ex marine teachers. My goal is to keep up with them
If you see a wall coming... try and go around it.

Otherwise you could hurt yourself. Hope this helps...


or go through it m8
Everytime I talk to people about long distance rnning they are on about hitting walls.

I mean FFS, you see a wall, you go around it. Or at least stop before you hit it.

Easy init. :roll:


War Hero
Feels like it's going to be impossible to take the next step. Everything is just insanely hard... its all in your head though (probably not true actually)...


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