Imperative sentence-

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

example: "Try running."

June 10, 2009

sixty- fourth

7 miles. 56 min.

Staying with the 8 min miles. Woke up with a sore right foot/foot arch. Perhaps it's the 24 miles in 3 days that I am definitely not used to. We'll see.

Not bad so far. By the end of training I will be averaging 9 miles a run, so these past 3 days were a good practice. Not that I think it is good to put all your mileage in one part of the week, but I had to this week, so as long as the foot is not hurt, it'll have to do.

You should watch Ryan Hall on Nissan's Master the Shift site. Short videos. A lot of information that most people know, but still cool.

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