"I think I've discovered the secret of life- you just hang around until you get used to it."
I ran a mile and I liked it, liked it, liked it. firstname.lastname@example.org
I've been thinking my marathon in May would be at a 9-9:30 race pace. However, this morning I did 9.4, decided to try and hit the 9 pace...felt easy, in fact ended up running the whole thing with an average pace of 8:57. By the end I was down to 8:40 or so and still didn't feel like I was pushing myself. Now the question, does this mean I haven't been pushing myself hard enough for pace? Is it feasible I could run faster than 9-9:30 for marathon? I have a 14 miler on Sun. was thinking of doing 4 at race pace (or at 9) looking for any advice out there. Thanks
McMillan is a great tool but for many (myself included), my short distance times don't translate to my marathon time. I've been about 12 minutes slower in the past for the marathon.
It's a 5k. It hurt like hell...then I tried to pick it up. The end.
San Francisco - 7/29/12
Warrior Dash Ohio II - 8/26/12
Chicago - 10/7/12
Princess Cancer Pants
I'm not within 20 minutes of what McMillan drunkenly dreams I can do on a marathon
• Recover from 2017
• Surgery in March
• Continue showing Cancer that it's not welcome back. Ever.
• Rebuild to racing and big running & biking miles in 2019
Getting the wind knocked out of you is the only way to
remind your lungs how much they like the taste of air.
~ Sarah Kay
Are you doing any speedwork this time around? If so, what? What is your longest run going to be?
I've really hardly been doing any speedwork, and been thinking I should resolve to get in some type of speedwork once a week as a principle.