Refer to what Ronny said on the 7/11.
Boy...that guy knows what hes talking about.
flippin genius that Ronnie bloke. better than the rubbish you keep coming out with Yifter.
I think you had a soft spot for Ronny, Blond
Now come on chop chop...I'm hungry woman!
Paul, you start a thread asking for advice, you virtually ignore all the advice given, from my self and others. You do your own haphazard schedule with very little structure.
The sort of work you're doing is maintaining your level, NOT raising it.
Guys dont run sub 30/5mile, by accident, your mileage is too low, and you seem to shy away from the really tough interval sessions. You should be doing sessions that are faster than race pace. You are obsessed with TT.
Its too late to improve for the Victory 5, but if you are serious about improving, you need to consistently be running 40/50miles/week, and doing 2 interval sessions a week to improve your VOmax.
Its your choice at the end of the day, so I will bow out.
The week before Brighton I did a hard 8 x 600m on Tuesday and then absolutely nothing more before the race on Sunday. That probably isn't 100 per cent ideal for most people, but worked for me. I think most people who know what they're talking about would say do a short, light run on Thurs (the short bit is particularly important), but experience tells me that I'm probably different and benefit from complete rest.
No no, I can relate to what you're saying.
This year at the GSR, there were extenuating circumstances (work, domestic problems, sleep etc.) that stopped me from running for 3 days before the race. So the last hard run I did before the GSR was on the tuesday, and the last run I did at all was the wednesday. I had thursday-friday-saturday as complete rest and pulled out a PB.
So I think i'll do a 35 minute easy run tomorrow..... then take complete rest till the race.
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