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8/16/16 1:20 P

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That's encouraging, thanks Dee! Maybe I'll try this for my long run for a couple weeks.
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8/16/16 12:17 P

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When training for a relay, that's exactly the strategy that was suggested. So we would learn to run on tired legs, I guess.
I don't see why this wouldn't work here as well, as long as you stop if you feel you are overdoing it.

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8/16/16 11:38 A

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Hi -- I've just recovered from a cold and I've lost some training time. Also, the weather is pretty hot. I'm training for a HM in October.

To get mileage in...what do you think of say running 9K on long run day in the morning, then another 2-4 in the evening?

And taking a rest day the next day of course.

p.s. be nice!



Edited by: MAGNOLIA416 at: 8/16/2016 (11:40)
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