When is your next 10k?
Your 2 mile reps are showing good signs that sub 35 is well achievable!.
No worries sb,a good couple of pbs together there,you are going all guns at the minute.
Is steeplechase your discipline then,not something I have ever tried,I have heard it is tough though,so good luck with that?
I did a 10k Bank Holiday Monday in the heat,I think that sort of distance is fairly doable ,but anything a bit longer and you do start to struggle a bit,love running in the hotter weather though,not that we see it that often.
They are more like tiny hurdles to you then.
I am 5ft 7,so I would need a ladder to get over them,your fitness shows that you will do well mate,age and how long ago it was does not mean a thing,have you had any trial runs at it in training?
First time I stood on a track was last year,cluelessly trying to become faster by doing some 400s or 800s I beleive.
Glad to see the thread revived. I didn't run on a track until I was 40 plus and it was a bit embarassing not knowing where the various start and finish points were (didn't pay enough attention when watching TV in the distant days when the UK could hold its own on the track). The track here in Inverness has nice little labels tacked onto the inner curb for the uninitiated .
Welcome hitman, good luck with the goals. I'm going to try running less over the summer and biking more with a view to maintaining fitness without hurting too much. I have continued to be a bit off my 2010 pace this year (with the exception of beating my rather soft half marathon PB) and have to shake things up if I'm going to challenge sawney's times.
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