I was wondering if i am the only one with this problem. Well, is not really a problem, but more of a strange thing..............
when i get enxious about the distance or speed or my training schedule i don't do very well: i get tired easily and don't preform as well as other times.
when i try to make an effort and push myself a bit further i get the opposite result.
But the funny thing is that when i go for a "relaxed run", with no aims, only to enjoy myself running at an easy pace and get fresh air................and i tell to myself "I am just doing an easy fun joghen.....i end up running faster and more distance without even noticing it!
is that normal?
last month i went for one of those leisure jogs and ended up doing 20k in just over 2 hours..................by pounding the pavement in my town listening to music.....................but when i try to do the same sticking to a training schedule i find it hard to keep up..............so trying to push myself and making an effort does not work for me......
Am i the only one?
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