Imperative sentence-

Imperative Sentence: A sentence that gives advice or instructions or that expresses a request. From the Latin, "command."

example: "Try running."

May 29, 2009

fifty, fifty-one, fifty-two, and fifty-three (and Commitment)

3 in 19:15
4 in 30:00
4 in 31:00
3.5 in 24:00
(Warm up + Cool down + 2 in 12:00)

Well, I have outlined my 20 week training plan and it looks roughly like this 
-3 weeks at 35 miles each
-rest week
3 weeks at 40 miles each
-rest week
3 weeks at 45 miles each
-rest week

(are you seeing a pattern?)

-3 weeks at 50 miles each
-rest week
-2 weeks at 55 miles each
-2 week taper

My long runs will start with a 12 miler, on the first weekend. I'll run one every other week, adding 2 miles each time. So 12, 14, 16, 18, 20
I'll get at least 2 20 milers in and hopefully a long of 22-24 in early september


The only thing left was the commitment part, so I went ahead and registered for the Denver Marathon, Oct. 18th. 2009.
Pretty excited. I can't have those 98 dollars (including online service charge) go to waste. 

I'll finish out the week with a couple of short runs and then get this thing started on Sunday!

1 comment:

  1. Game On Man! Grats on the sign up. 55 mile weeks? Dude, leave some time for making me money...

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