Training PacePosted: October 5, 2011
I’m getting started on working on one of my October Goals which was to run a sub 40min 10k. This means I will need to make some adjustments to my current training pace! Whilst I was recovering from my knee injury I was advised to obviously slow down. For the last few weeks I’ve been tracking my overall pace during each training session. Here’s a little rundown on the Training Pace I was sticking within and the pace I will be doing for this month!
Pace/Mile- 8:44 to 9:14 Pace/K-5:26 to 5:45 8:08 to 8:38 /5:03 to 5:22
Pace/Mile-7:44 to 8:44 Pace/K-4:49 to 5:26 7:08 to 8:08 /4:26 to 5:03
Pace/Mile-7:44 to 8:14 Pace/K-4:49 to 5:08 7:08 to 7:38/ 4:26 to 4:45
Steady State Runs:
Pace/Mile-6:51 to 7:03 Pace/K-4:16 to 4:23 6:17 to 6:28/ 3:54 to 4:01
Pace/Mile-6:34 to 6:51 Pace/K-4:05 to 4:16 6:02 to 6:17/ 3:45 to 3:54
Pace/Mile-6:29 to 6:42 Pace/K-4:02 to 4:10 5:57 to 6:09/ 3:42 to 3:49
100m: 18.0 to 19.8 16.5 to 18.2
200m: 37.0 to 40.6 33.9 to 37.3
400m: 1:19.3 to 1:25.3 1:12.7 to 1:18.2
So I am kicking it up a notch so I can run sub 40 10k’s consistently before my race on November 6th 🙂
Patience + Sticking within these Training Zones = Reaching My Race Goal!?
Some of my edibles from today:
I know most of you have made a list of Goals for this month.
Have You Started Working On Your October Goals?
How Are You Going With Achieving Those Goals So Far?
Goals are dreams with deadlines.
Diana Scharf Hunt