you mad bro?
Pressing - I hope the 20 goes well and you enjoy the family time later!
"A goal without a plan it is just a dream" - Dave Ramsey
PR's: HM: 1:44:18 (05/06/13)FM: 3:54:51 (3/16/13)
Rock n Roll USA (3/16) - Goal: < 4:00:00
Frederick HM (5/5) - Goal: To have fun and celebrate life.
Marine Corps Marathon (10/27) - Goal: ?
Julia: great job with your MLR.
Docket: hope your arm is better.
RV: great job with your MP, maybe the difference is related to training load at the time or something? I know all my paces have felt very hard the last week or so, but it is because of the workouts I already have in my legs.
Scott: hope you had a nice 10.
jack: great job with the 1200s.
Pressing: great job with your 20.
I ran 9 with 3x1 mile today, was planned to be 10K-5KP, but had a little trouble hitting the pace, and it was definitely related to leg fatigue. I may look at whether I need to adjust the training plan. Will see if things get better in next few days. I know last couple weeks I ran a bunch of group runs at some of the running stores, and in these I ran a little faster than my usual easy pace on days that were supposed to be easy, so I'm backing off a bit from some of those...though I will still be doing the Saturday runs with the marathon group, but that group has lots of runners of different paces. Anyway, I have a RD tomorrow for a bit of recovery.
PRs (need new ones!): 10K 48:28, HM 1:45:49, M 3:47:04
2013: Georgia Marathon 3/17, Atlanta Marathon 10/27
Thanks for the well wishes. I was so exhausted all day long I was surprised that I ran faster than normal and that my breathing was fine.
PO, hope your 20 went great.
swift, great interval session.
DamarisMarathon Maniac, Ultra Runner
PRs: 24:57 (5K); 51:25 (10K); 42:46 (5 Miles); 2:04:31 (HM); 4:34:09 (Marathon); 8:00 (Trail 50K)
Damaris Runs with Asthma
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