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So is the Berlin marathon timely subject and I think actually it´s hard to get your arms down after Sunday´s race:-) I made new PR and got into time 3:29:33. During and after the race, I felt that I could have the race a little faster, but was also a little nervous about whether I had power enough. I had suffered my run in Hamburg in mind, that I put either too hard or too, I was just drained of energy, and the last 12 km felt like very laange .... My legs have largely not been sore and I am already looking for I must set out on a little run.

Next goal is Hamburg Marathon on 17/4.16, it´s long, but would like you to make a plan, where I keep my current form and from January begins with the right training and a possibly. improvement of my current best marathon time-it could be cool if I could get under 3:25:00

Look forward to hearing from you.


Dorthe Schleidt

It sounds really good, Dorthe. Congratulations with the result.

Try in the first place even to put your Hamburg unbeaten and set a level up with the days of the week etc you would like to work out from now on. So I then look at whether there can be optimized for the period until January. In addition, we can adjust in the training days etc from January.

Give me a message when you´ve put it in, as you can yourself. 7

Once again congratulations and well both trained and fought. You have developed yourself absolutely wild!!!

Boost greeting,
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