Crucial final 4 weeks

What not to do...

8 messages
17/03/2003 at 21:44
Some bedtime reading? Agree? Disagree?
17/03/2003 at 22:23
added to faves
later, on call 56 hours

prob a thing not to do
17/03/2003 at 22:25
I had been fretting about how far to go this week as Sunday was messed up (missed Cranleigh, ran slow slow 15 mi round Richmond Park) and I had been thinking about going long on Wednesday this week. Won't bother now, but will go medium (10-11), with focus on marathon pace or quicker for 4-7 of those miles. Thus I can become a test case. Only problem is cannot clone an identical me to do the long running. Bugger.

Think I would agree with the article's aims on balance - there's nothing more upsetting than starting a marathon (or similar long distance racing) only to find that the legs are "dead".
17/03/2003 at 23:24
Hippo, what are mitochondria? the only chondria I've got is preceded by hypo....
I'll read this when I've got the chance, (in the time saved with fewer long runs - is this not the famed taper?) these articles are quite thought provoking, though
17/03/2003 at 23:31
They are responsible for cellular respiration, and the energy cycle of the cell
they exist in all living cells
17/03/2003 at 23:37
Back again - just skimmed it - doesn't exactly square with the week-before 15 in the RW schedules, does it?

A lot of the stuff about 'tapering' I've picked up on other threads follows broadly similar principles, steadily reducing the mileage, concentrating on quality 'speed' work.(in my case, I use word very loosely. dunno about the physical jerks session tho..)

Makes do the 'homework' we skipped as well, I notice!
18/03/2003 at 00:09
Thanks for the response - I posted the last one before I got back to the updated thread.
In all living cells? Knew I didn't have any...
Hope its going ok.
18/03/2003 at 11:49
If the taper gets any further back it will start before the RW Schedules do!

Confused now Taper starts 2 weeks before, nah three weeks, nah four weeks... need wall to beat head with to stop confusion!

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