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I'm amazed you had the nerve to post such an awful time on these illustrious boardssaling4 wrote:Well I did it and as I suspected failed miserably. Looks like I will be at L7 for awhile
L7D3 6:56:12...sigh..I am so embarrassed
No need to be embarrassed as, quite frankly, you should be an inspiration for other people and the levels we all hope to reach.
Now back to work, and if you're not under 6mins next week there'll be trouble...
Yup, L3 - I'm such a hero!saling4 wrote:Your right Don, I am quite upset with posting such times on a board of such heroes as yourself....sigh. I will work harder at becoming more of an inspiration.
I've been off SF for a while, doing British Military Fitness to build up a core level of fitness.
My plan is to stick with BMF to Christmas and then bring SF back in to my routine.
After that, L7 here I come...
Quite frankly, the fact that you can run 18 miles is pretty awesome so you won't hear any mocking from me! I suspect when you come to do the marathon you'll find yourself going a lot faster as you'll be buoyed along by crowds/other runners etc.saling4 wrote:If you promise not to tell it was 3:29. I am not fast at all and sometimes hate to use "run", but sounds so much better then "jog"... . I am doing the Las Vegas Marathon Dec 6 so I am trying to make sure I get through it without a heart attack .
And you definitely get to call yourself a "runner"! (It's weird, there's definitely a point when you go from being a "jogger" to a "runner".)