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PRMC September 1st - 01/09/15

Discussion in 'PRMC Dates - Discuss with others on your PRMC' started by Dickie, May 6, 2015.

  1. LRL

    LRL Well-Known Member

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    Good luck @anderson-1712 i also have mine soon, a week after yours. Good luck!

    @Nike is the warm up mandatory?
     
  2. anderson-1712

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    Thanks for that, do you have to do that? I'd prefer to just crack on and have a slow walk inbetween the runs
     
  3. Xerath

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    On my PJFT the examiner just let me walk for 5 minutes until I was ready. I doubt they'd force you to do anything too strenuous
     
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  4. Nike

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    Erm, I don't think it should be a problem if you *text deleted* do a slow walk in between runs!
     
  5. Nike

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    The warm up is pre-loaded onto the key and in order for the 1st run to be activated if you like, the warm up has to be activated first. But you can just put the speed right down if you *text deleted* conserve energy
     
  6. Nike

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    To all the lads who are attending the PRMC on the 1st September, there's a Facebook group. Just search "PRMC - 1st September".
     
  7. waterboy

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    @Nike Can't find the group mate?
     
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    So I had night shifts start of the week, ended up with a flu, dehydrated and on the day of my pjft had the shits, was convinced I was *text deleted* fail but still turned up to give it a blast and I am shocked myself that I passed it with ease, could have carried on, finished with a time of 9:38!! So shocked but so happy! Bring on prmc!
     
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  10. anderson-1712

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    *text deleted* I want my prmc on the 1/9, do I ring up and request or just hope and if it's not then ring up and ask to change ??
     
  11. leemclaren123

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    You can phone and ask if there is spaces available. That's what I did.
     
  12. Lucky-1972

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    Afternoon gents,
    I'm on this one too, second attempt. Looking forward to seeing you all down there!
    How is everyone's training going?
    Lucky.
     
  13. Fairbairn

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    Hey matey cracking effort on the return run! can I ask what speed or speeds your run it at? Cheers! I just can't quite get the 2nd run in the time not far off.
     
  14. anderson-1712

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    I trained to do 1600m on 15 kph, by that time I was hanging out so I knocked it down to 14kph to catch my breath and get my stride for 400m then your at 2000m then just best effort for the last 400m, that will bring you in within the time limits however on the day I was feeling good and just stayed on 15kph all the way, I found 800/1000m sprints helped me an awful lot, they're a killer but build speed endurance and helps with the mental side of it, good luck mate!
     
  15. LRL

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    Wish my treadmill was in sinc...

    I find 15kph on my mock treadmills hard but managable to reach 2km and put it on 18+kph for the last 0.4km.

    But on the actual PJFT treadmill i struggled at 14.4... pmsl
     
  16. Squall

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    On this date as well lads got my tickets and that the other day buzzing for it
     
  17. AussiePom

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    Smash it this time mate, make sure you get someone a little lighter on carries as well! :D
     
  18. Lucky-1972

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    Haha, yeah definitely, not standing next to the biggest fattest ba- I mean so and so there this time ;)
     
  19. older gent

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    Just a question mate, how many carries do you do on bottom field and what's the distance?
    Cheers
     
  20. Xerath

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    I think it varies between PRMCs mate, but I'd say 100/200m
     
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