Saturday, March 28, 2015
Sunday, March 22, 2015
I said in the video I wanted to be 66kgs at the start of the Boston marathon. I meant 56kgs. I'm about 58~9 now so should be able to do it. On top of everything else weight is a key factor in running fast for me/everyone. Hard for us old guys to get down the weight as we, most of us, have years of bad eating/drinking habits. What is particularly hard for me is not putting it all back on during the taper. Anyway if I can be 56kgs at the starting line that will be new territory for me and, I hope, a contributing factor to a new Personal Record.
Sunday, March 15, 2015
I forgot to tell you I got my Bib # and corral place for Boston. Pretty near the front I think. My number will be 1169 and I'll go in the first wave 2nd corral. Than place should get me over the line within a few minutes of the official gun start. Anyone know anything about that?
Monday, March 09, 2015
Monday, March 02, 2015
Have a look at the above chart. The 60.2 would be about me at this stage, my Garmin gave me another point, now I'm 60, on my VO2 Max after my run today March 3rd. I heard of another way to measure from some Danish fellow who reckons if you simply take your Maximum Heart rate and divide it by your Resting Heart Rate and times (X) it by 15 you'll get pretty close to your Vo2 Max. For me, doing that calculation it brings me to 64.5 which I'd be happy to take. How does that calculation work for you? Does it get anywhere near what you think your potential after training is?