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Old 11-02-2018, 08:41 AM   #551
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better to do the 3 x 1600m session @ projected 10k time you want to go through 10k at in the half marathon race, with 3 minutes easy in-between

have a nice relaxing week

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Old 11-02-2018, 08:17 PM   #552
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Sounds good. Will switch 400s for 3x1.6.

Nice 16k after the flight home today. Legs felt heavy from the skiing but when I looked at the watch was tapping along at ~4:05/km for 125bpm so VO2 good.
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Old 14-02-2018, 12:17 PM   #553
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3x1.6 today off 2-3 mins on road. 3:29-3:31 was comfortable at around 145 HR so I think I'll aim for 10k in ~35:15ish and re-assess things from there (the course is very flat). Resting heart rate still nice and low (37) despite a slight cold on Mon/Tues (better today) and legs feeling strong despite my being a little heavy (~79kg).
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Old 18-02-2018, 03:07 PM   #554
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1:15:06 in the half this morning. 25s PB

Enjoyed the race. Heavier than I'd like on the line (79kg) and went through 5k behind target with HR 150+ so I played safe through 10k (35:45). At about 13k a little guy came past and I matched his (fast) cadence which made me feel a lot better. With 5k to go I felt really strong so picked things up, finishing with a <17:15 5k (3:11 for the last k with a sprint finish!). Didn't eat anything during the race which I think was the right call (just a sip of water at 10k).

Definitely more in the tank over that distance, but bodes well for the marathon if I can get some good cycles in and some weight off.
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