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|Author: ||The MonBRO Doctrine|
|Subject: ||RE: Tempo Run Definitions|
There are all sorts of definitions that get thrown around on here. A fairly large number of people just mean running a set distance at a fairly hard pace but not balls to the wall. That's likely what Hall means by doing a twelve-mile tempo. In my experience most such "tempo runs" are at least three miles, usually about 4-6 and rarely longer than 10.
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