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1/3/14 1:33 P

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Catherine, glad your running is getting back to normal.
Are you still following the Hanson Marathon training schedule?

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1/3/14 11:05 A

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extremely impressive to me! and the choices you've been making lately seem wise, as i should perhaps have said last week.

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Wow!

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1/3/14 8:22 A

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Impressive!

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1/2/14 9:29 P

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THURSDAY
Easy Run
Distance: 6 miles
Location: Gym Track
Intervals: :30/:30
Target Pace: 10:52 - 11:38

Splits: 11:00 / 10:54 / 10:32 / 10:31 / 10:33 / 10:00

Notes: I ran after ST. Leg exercise was 3 sets of squats to exhaustion :-) I walked for one mile between bouts.

Normally, today's run would be a marathon pace tempo run. But after Tuesday's aborted speed work, I decided to be more conservative and swap tomorrow's easy run with today's tempo. Just to get some miles on my feet and to see how I felt.

And I felt much, much better today than on Tuesday. Almost back to normal. As you can see from the splits, it took me two miles to warm up but once I did, I settled into an easy pace that felt very, very comfortable. For the last mile, I did free form intervals; the first 5 miles were :30/:30.

So I will try some race pace running tomorrow -- it may have to be fewer miles than in the plan, but I don't think I'll have problems with the pace for a while, at least.

Catherine

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