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The Logic of Long Distance
SO if my lactate threshold is 7:14 (where did you find that out?), then what is the difference between doing 4/5 mile at this pace, and doing it in 1 mile stages with recovery time in between?
I have heard good things about resting in between but surely this is no good as this is not simulating how it is going to be in a race.
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