Run
  • 39m 15s
  • 6.05 miles
  • 06m 29s /Mi

10 min E pace with strides as warm up
3x5 min @ T pace with 1 min E pace as rest
10 min E pace
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actual #s
WU: 10 min - 1.43 mi (6:57 min/mile)
MS: avg for T pace sets - 5 min (5:35 min/mile)
CD: 9 min (7:25 min/mile)

good run, brrr cold, ouch T pace... I think I over estimated my current fitness level, I need to make minor adjustments to my pace. now some streching and roller foam massage for the legs!

Run
  • 32m
  • 4.33 miles
  • 07m 23s /Mi

Easy pace "guilty run"

Run
  • 52m 30s
  • 8.35 miles
  • 06m 17s /Mi

2.4 mile Easy pace - 16:35 min (6:54min/mile)
5.4 miles Marathon pace - 32:05 min (5:56 min/mile)
0.5 mile Easy pace - 3:55 min (7:25 mni/mile)

Athletes News

PBMC athlete Jessica Herchsberg ran today the "Sunmart Texas Trail Endurance 50Km Run" for her first 50K ever. She completed it on 6:04:46 hrs good for 6th in her AG. Congrats Jess!

Run
  • 35m
  • 5.25 miles
  • 06m 40s /Mi

Steady run (low Z2)

Planning your next season

Each year we go through the same situation in which we have to start planning our next season sometimes even before we finish our current season and all because nowadays most races sell out months in advance. (Or even a year if you are racing and Ironman brand race)

Sometimes this makes our off-season a bit stressing because we are forced to begin thinking about the goals that we would like to accomplish next year, and this might lead us to begin our training too early or just rush into some decisions like committing for a race we might not have the adequate time to get ready for. By the way, I hope you read my previous post about the off-season and its importance, hence by now you already took some time off or are in the middle of doing so! Anyway, even though there are many ways to plan a racing season, here are just a few suggestions that might help you making a better decision. (click on the title to get the rest :))

Run
  • 1h 13m
  • 10.52 miles
  • 06m 56s /Mi

EZ pace mid distance run

Thanks for those who have sent PMs/emails :)

The main reason for me taking a BT sabbatical is to catch up with some other regarding coaching and my day job, but I might have to jump ons some threads here and there ;)

Now I HAVE to get back into training, I've been salcking way too much... >>> EDIT - I RAN :)

JorgeM's Training Log


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