Yay! A whole minute! That is quite some going. You now have to work to stay in the top half ...
So that's the fifth time round the block with the Pete Plan done. I've been following this since last August and done well. But no advance on the 5K time so a change of plan is needed.
Hello to the Pete Plan 5K variant ... starting tomorrow.
Ah, the Bramley 20. I did that a couple of times, a while back now.
I marshalled one year. My job was to crank up the hills for the second lappers
It's a good event ... enjoy, and wishing you a tailwind.
Edit the following day: nice weather for it too!
Well, after taking a break of a couple of days, it's onto the new 5K Pete Plan. Just done the 12 x 500 metre 1 min rest session. This has the potential to be a real shocker if you get the pacing wrong! I took it conservatively and as per the plan will be looking to hold the same pace for the next intervals, the 4 x 1500m.
Finished it in one piece, more or less ... but funny how the reps got longer and the rest minutes got shorter as the workout proceeded ...
Hello i forgot about this thread. No i knew it existed but forgot where
i've rejoined the gym after 4 years away and my plan once i've got used to rowing for a while like to do The Pete Plan
good to see you still at it Muttley
Hello Pammie ... welcome back to the erg
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