Follow the progress of Mustkeeptrying, our sub-5:00 hopeful
MKT - well done on your trainign so far...loved the video clip!
ISB - pleased that your hmasring is improving...take it easy!
you are going to fly round
more like pegasus me thinks
love the comment bud!
USB- glad things are improving and your taking the positives out of it ...your an example for us all.
mad welsh-thanks for your comments and glad you liked the video clip. More to come....
7 Miler done and new land speed personal records set!
Took the theory of focusing on bite size chunks of each mile (1/4 comfy jog, 1/4 faster, 1/4 comfy, 1/4 faster) and this is what happened...
Mile 1- 2:30, 2:18, 2:39, 2:09 Total 9:36
Mile 2- 2:32, 2:11, 2:45, 2:22 Total 9:50
Mile 3- 2:40, 2:19, 2:40, 2:25 Total 10:04
So thats 29:50 for 3 miles-first time ever under 30 mins! AVG pace 9:57
Mile 4-3:24, 2:23, 2:40, 2:30 Total 10:57 (1st section walked for a bit having a drink)
MIle 5- 2:41, 2:27, 2:54, 2:37 Total 10:39
so through 5 miles in 51:26 AVG Pace 10:17
and then right leg muscles at the back on the top (need to google muscles) started to feel really tight. Probably shock from the speeds so leisurely jogged out remaining two miles. Tiring session but think i'm going to continue with the strategy. It makes you think that every second and every step really does count...
Oh my gosh,,,,,,,,You did those first 5 in 51.11, and the plan was to do a 7M in 84 mins, so you had enough to make the last two mile go at 16:24 pace!!
This very really fantastic, BUT I am concerned that you may be go out too fast and could do serious damage, as this is exactly what I was like last year. The key to success I heard from people is to look after your body. If you feel great, then ignore those evil jealous snipes from me!
I beleive the schedule is made out to do one sppedwork on the tuesday, and the thursday and LR at the weekend are not build for speed. I leave it to the experts to take over if they think is neccesarily.
Did 5k run on the treadmill, followed by 30 mins on the bike last night. Now of the do the club run tonight with the additional 2.5-3 miles to get to the club house and back, then I will have to hang my running shoes unitl Monday.
There's something wierd in the air today MKT cos I broke my land speed record as well! Well done, but I echo Silburbas about being wary of too much speed. Would be interested to hear Bud's view though as what do I know LOL! My schedule said 1 mile slow warm-up, 3 miles fast then 1 mile slow cool down because today was my "speed" day. I think this training lark must be working. But did I understand that right - you played squash after a hard run??? On the same day???
take it easy with the calves
I can't do photos.but if you look on this runnersworld page..scroll down past the pretty pirates and you get to me at the bottom
I've just been reminiscing over the paris marathon i did back in 2009. A good friend made a video of it and i've just watched it back for the first time in ages. It made me feel so good i thought i'd share...
One of the best experiences of my life and one that i look back on and just smile.
Mustkeeptrying wrote (see)
7 Miler done and new land speed personal records set! Took the theory of focusing on bite size chunks of each mile (1/4 comfy jog, 1/4 faster, 1/4 comfy, 1/4 faster) and this is what happened...Mile 1- 2:30, 2:18, 2:39, 2:09 Total 9:36Mile 2- 2:32, 2:11, 2:45, 2:22 Total 9:50Mile 3- 2:40, 2:19, 2:40, 2:25 Total 10:04So thats 29:50 for 3 miles-first time ever under 30 mins! AVG pace 9:57 Mile 4-3:24, 2:23, 2:40, 2:30 Total 10:57 (1st section walked for a bit having a drink) MIle 5- 2:41, 2:27, 2:54, 2:37 Total 10:39so through 5 miles in 51:26 AVG Pace 10:17
Hope your having your porridge for our early run this morning.............off to check the schedule if \i can find it to see what pace it says
see you soon.
I hope you haven't listened to a word they have said about me...
MKT - watched the Paris video...fantastic. good to see you training is going well..take care with those calves!
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