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|Author: ||Good art|
|Subject: ||RE: What was the most important thing you did in training before a big breakthrough?|
Curious. What were the breakthroughs and after how much time doing this thing.
My own example is a 35 second PR 14 48 5k track after 12 weeks training, but prior to that 10 weeks off due to injury. My training wasn't much different. 90 miles T,W,Sat workouts with the team. The major difference was the way I felt after the time away. Most profound change I ever had. In fact started to pr in most distances, practice and races after 4 weeks, this after 2 easy coming back training.( next to nothing)
I remember how easy training runs were 10 20 sec faster. Couldn't believe my watch. I conjecture if I had continued to train at 90 for those 10 weeks, this would not have happened.
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