Saturday, January 27, 2007

34

34 minutes really isn't a long time when you think about it. Take out the first two miles of the 10K, where it's too early to really be suffering and it's down to 23 minutes. Take out the last .2 miles, where the body feels and responds to the magnetic pull of the finish line and it's down to 22 minutes.

22 minutes really isn't a long time when you think about it.

Training: 6 miles, 42:54, 7:09 pace, nice and easy with 4 x 100 meter strides. Feeling pretty fresh today.

1 comment:

Mystery Coach said...

"Catch-22"

Mike's ability to "tough it out" is the hardest aspect of coaching him to run optimum workouts instead of the maximum workouts yet it pays off during racing.