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Moraghan Training - Stevie G

Posted: Yesterday at 20:00

Great work with the threshold Matt. Shame you can't do Chester, I'm getting more excited about popping my cherry.

Great Park running from everyone - Pete, Dachs, Iron (anyone else I've forgotten)

Welcome back to the fold Ric. Yes, like you say, I've passed the old benchmark for a club runner the esteemed 60 min. Seems to mean sod all these days to most as 10 miles is a more traditional distance and rarely raced.

Moraghan Training - Stevie G

Posted: Yesterday at 18:13

After track Tuesday, I did 10.5 miles at 7:27, then Thursday did 9 miles at 7:04 average. Friday was a rest day and a sports massage. Really sorted my back out.

So today I did my first 10 miler in 4 years (old PB 61:41) so a PB was guaranteed. Was very windy early doors, 16MPH with gusts but stayed open minded. It was a two lap course so you can spot the two miles each lap into a headwind (all over 6mins).

5:50

6:06

6:13 (I'd written a good time off here)

5:54

5:57

5:55

6:12

6:21

Got to 8 miles in 48:22 so knew I need to get going, mile 9 in 5:51 and then finished with a 5:45 to give me 59:54. First sub 60 and very unexpected! Came 5th overall.

Good luck to all the London boys tomorrow. Best of luck, and try to enjoy the experience.

Moraghan Training - Stevie G

Posted: 22/04/2015 at 20:34

SG, the target was to get under 3:25 per KM off such bare minimum recovery. So to be just above 10:00 3K pace was promising so early in the track season. It didn't feel super awful either. I'll be down for another epic Watford road trip this year!

10.5 mile off road in 7:27avg. More track tomorrow IF I get out of parents' evening part 2 early enough.

Nice 800s Dean. Shaping up nicely!

Moraghan Training - Stevie G

Posted: 21/04/2015 at 22:10

Nice sessions Matt! Good after some very stern mileage!

Another s***e night's sleep! The session was a toughie of 5 x 1KM (90 seconds). Up early, stayed at school till 7 as it was parents' evening, only managed 0.8 mile warm up before the pain train left the station. Not ideal!

Came out as 3:24, 3:26, 3:21, 3:21, 3:19 - so I was pretty pleased with how it went. Breathing was great but legs took a while to get into the groove. Tell you what... 90 seconds goes quick!

Moraghan Training - Stevie G

Posted: 20/04/2015 at 21:01

Some cracking training there Matt. Looked through the Podium results looking for you this week. I'll do one of those this summer, is it really that fast?

My legs caved on me big time this morning. 4.5 miles in 8:30 avg, felt terrible. Then 7.5 miles in 7:45 tonight didn't feel much better. Shows what a poor night's sleep can do!

Session for tomorrow looks really grim. 5 x 1K @ 3K (off 90seconds). Seems a bit too sharp for the recovery to me. Might aim for target 5K pace instead.

Moraghan Training - Stevie G

Posted: 19/04/2015 at 20:51

Did a 15.5 mile long run in 7:14avg today. As usual the last 5K seem to be very tiring in the legs. But ticked off and a nice 67.5 mile week, decent with a PB wedged in the middle.

Back to work tomorrow - will these double run days continue?!

Moraghan Training - Stevie G

Posted: 18/04/2015 at 18:48

Hill session this morning. 10 x 25seconds, 10 x 20 seconds, 6 x 10 seconds on various different hills. Off out for an easy 5 miler in a bit.

Moraghan Training - Stevie G

Posted: 17/04/2015 at 21:13

7.5 easy run for me today, instead of a complete rest. Decided against the quick 10K tomorrow. The knee scare this week means I don't want to risk it. Plus I have the GMR on May the 10th so not long to wait till then.

Hill session AM and short recovery run PM tomorrow.

Moraghan Training - Stevie G

Posted: 17/04/2015 at 11:34

Trust me SG, if 200s sessions are not 'breathy' you aren't doing it right!

Great session Dean, especially the 400s. Ditto to Simon with a whopping 16 reps!

Moraghan Training - Stevie G

Posted: 16/04/2015 at 21:06

4.5 this morning.

Then 20 x 200 (30 seconds recovery). They were all 35-36 seconds. Tough one, but one where you feel better and faster for it after. The recovery seemed to be over so quickly, the last 5 were felt continuous.

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