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sean.yeo

How to run a better marathon?

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hmm sorry for threadjacking but just curious when did you guys run your first 42k?

This year....Dec 2010! :dribble: 1st timer at over 40 years of age!

If I can come in within 5 hrs, I will be very happy.

I'm older and I achieved the target that you set out. So, if I can do it ... with a bit more training, i'm sure you could easily surpass my timing and achieve your target too. Keep your running simple and looking forward to your great news.

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Just be consistent on ur training regime i suppose..

For me, my ideal of running better marathon would be enjoying the view and soak in the sights of the city/routes with no time or PBs restrain.. but i know its difficult for me.. :mellow:

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Just be consistent on ur training regime i suppose..

For me, my ideal of running better marathon would be enjoying the view and soak in the sights of the city/routes with no time or PBs restrain.. but i know its difficult for me.. :mellow:

"my ideal of running better marathon would be enjoying the view and soak in the sights of the city/routes with no time or PBs restrain...." while not falling into a drain....

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Actually sub4 is impossible to me, it mean clicking less than an hour for all 10km splits lol

bro why impossible? i think can la if you just maintain every 10k splits.

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Most runners post here seem to be going for sub 5 or even sub 4.

Very fast.

Anyone sub 6 ?

I am a sub-7 (6:44++) aiming to hit sub-6 in December's FM...

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First-timer here, so I'll just be aiming to enjoy the run and finishing the distance. A sub-6 would be a bonus for me, I think. :)

Most runners post here seem to be going for sub 5 or even sub 4.

Very fast.

Anyone sub 6 ?

I am a sub-7 (6:44++) aiming to hit sub-6 in December's FM...

Simon, are you doing your marathon in VFFs? Me too. :)

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First-timer here, so I'll just be aiming to enjoy the run and finishing the distance. A sub-6 would be a bonus for me, I think. :)

Most runners post here seem to be going for sub 5 or even sub 4.

Very fast.

Anyone sub 6 ?

I am a sub-7 (6:44++) aiming to hit sub-6 in December's FM...

Simon, are you doing your marathon in VFFs? Me too. :)

yup, planning to do it with my vff sprint.

But i only manage to clock 30km with it, so i dunno if it is possible to complete 42km with it.

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First-timer here, so I'll just be aiming to enjoy the run and finishing the distance. A sub-6 would be a bonus for me, I think. :)

Most runners post here seem to be going for sub 5 or even sub 4.

Very fast.

Anyone sub 6 ?

I am a sub-7 (6:44++) aiming to hit sub-6 in December's FM...

Simon, are you doing your marathon in VFFs? Me too. :)

yup, planning to do it with my vff sprint.

But i only manage to clock 30km with it, so i dunno if it is possible to complete 42km with it.

I think it should be possible. I'm aiming to do 30, or maybe just slightly more, before tapering. I'll admit that it ain't easy on the feet though.

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Most runners post here seem to be going for sub 5 or even sub 4.

Very fast.

Anyone sub 6 ?

I am a sub-7 (6:44++) aiming to hit sub-6 in December's FM...

Objective met - I managed to hit 5:33hr in SCMS 2010.

My next target will be clocking <5hr by 2012.

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