Imperative sentence-

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

example: "Try running."

September 05, 2009

one-hundred nineteenth, one-hundred twentieth, one-hundred twenty first, one hundred twenty second, one-hundred twenty third (Long Run #7)

5 miles in 37:30
8.5 in 1:04:00
8.5 in 1:04:30
6 in 41:15
16 miles (2 warm up in 16min, 12 x 1 mile repeats with 1min rests between, 2 miles cool down in 16min)
For the record, and so I can delete the workout off my stopwatch, here are my mile repeat times:
6:45, 6:40, 6:40, 6:43, 6:36, 6:43, 6:45, 6:31, 6:37, 6:43, 6:43, 6:31
Not the most consistent splits, but the average came out at about 6:40, so that was what I was hoping for. Its amazing how much that 1min rest allows you to recover. Well, not amazing. Obvious is more like it. I was just going to run 16 strait easy miles, but our new runnersworld magazine had some article about mile repeats. Though I seldom take training advice from runnersworld, I figured that the repeats would make the run a little less boring.
And after all that, I did the repeats around this pond/lake thing , so it was boring anyway, but still.

12 hours of work today, so I'm not sure if I'll get that remaining 6 miles in to make it a 50 mile week. we'll see.

1 comment:

  1. Seriously dude. Enough is enough. Mile repeats? Why don't you just run on one leg?