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8/16/10 11:09 P

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Del -

I missed this when you first posted it. Thanks so much for pointing me in this direction! What a cool tool to add to my bag of tricks!

Thanks so much!

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8/12/10 10:34 A

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This is a really cool tool to determine what your target pace should be during easy runs, speed runs, long runs, etc.

www.runnersworld.com/cda/trainingcal
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Just enter in your recent run - distance and time. For example, my last run was 2.37 miles in 30 minutes. And hit calculate.

The first results you see are estimates in how long it would take you to complete a variety of different races.

If you click on the next tab, though, that says "Training Paces", it will tell you what your personal pace should be if you are doing an "easy", "tempo", "maximum oxygen", "speed form", "long", or "yasoo 800s" run like this:

15:28 min/mile Easy run training pace
13:07 min/mile Tempo run training pace
11:56 min/mile Maxmum oxygen training pace
11:05 min/mile Speed form training pace
15:28 - 17:11 min/mile Long run training pace
6:07 min/800 Yasso 800s training pace

Edited by: DELPHYNE at: 8/12/2010 (20:11)
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