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Well, given 10km isn't (in distance running terms) very far, you can probably aim for between 7 and 8 minutes a mile to start with, which gives you a practical range of 43-50 minutes for 10km.Pete wrote:Skhmmi - realistic 10k time to be aiming for please. Bearing in mind I've only been running again for the last fortnight after a 3 month haitus.
The most important thing to learn at the start is pacing, so completing the entire distance at a constant pace is much more important than repeatedly going too fast, burning out, then walking for a bit, etc.
Hahaha. Sadly TNA are unlikely to recruit me as I'm not a washed up WWE has been or a weird ass 7ft tall mentalist. What was your post about 80% sarcasm...?!martin wrote:i have absolutely no idea if this is a joke.
Skhmmi - to be honest, I'm not looking to go much above half marathon distances at any point in time. Any further can go fuck, I like my knees.
I cant be arsed to read back and find out why etc...?martin wrote:so, after the elation of handing in my notice yesterday, i now face the mundane reality of still being here and being asked the same questions, by the same morons.
Got something to go to? How long is your notice? I love quitting jobs. The last one I quit I got to leave immediately AND get paid for my notice period. That was pretty fucking awesome it has to be said.
got two weeks in melbourne booked up for christmas (largely just so that i can go to the boxing day test) but other than that we've got nothing planned. fly in to perth mid-november and got a flight booked out of sydney about 6 months later.greg wrote:what are you doing in / how are you getting around australia?
i'll have six months off before starting my job in march 2012, thinking about heading over there myself at some point.
probably travel around via train, hopping on and off when we like the look of somewhere - i expect we'll take in the usual tourist stuff (uluru, fraser island, the whitsundays, the blue mountains etc) - but it'll be nice to spend six months with no sort of timetable or schedule whatsoever.
'go where the wind takes us'.
"they cant even read what their selling, dirty bastards"
So far NZ has had an annoying habit of being amazingly nice weather-wise during the week when I'm working in the hospital (which has been fun) and then pissing it down at the weekend when I've been going round the country (not so fun)
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