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Subject: RE: My goal of sub 4:00 1500-I will not stop until I reach my goal.
well i feel like this thread relates to me in some way as this coming track season i want to break, 2 for 800m, 4 for 1500m, and 9 for 3000m.
but in the immediate future. (its winter, cross country season here in australia)
i want to break 20 minutes for 6k at my national cross country.
i managed to run 20:50 at state championships off basically no running for 2 weeks before it (hamstring tendonitis), still came 4th and managed to qualify for nationals somehow.
here's my last week of running.
3000m race on the track, time of 9:48, splits, 3:02, 3:25, 3:21, basically started jogging after i went lactic.
one hour run an hour later when i got home.
18km total that day including w/up an w/down
nothing. had work from 10-5:30 was dark an freezing when i got home.
20 minute tempo. felt crap. meh went ok i guess.
4 k w/d.
ran 55 mins at like 12pm.
6 x100m strides at 9pm on the oval. ranging from 17-15.2 secs
ran session involving. 2 minute rep, 1 min rest, then 1 an half minute rep, one minute rep, followed by 1 minute rep followed by 1.5 mins rest. did this twice i felt bad, but i ran the reps fast.
friday. 2km . basically nothing. felt terrible.
2 k w/u
4.2k dirt road race by myself was pretty hilly on the way out so i split 7:20 an ended with 14:38.
next week. this week.
sunday. 1 and a half hour long run up and around the hills.
ran 12.2 k in the morning took one hour to do it.
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