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Location:

Woods Cross,UT,USA

Member Since:

May 01, 2006

Gender:

Male

Goal Type:

Age Division Winner

Running Accomplishments:

Current Running Life:
5k: 17:50 (2010 NSL)
10k: 38:20 (2007 Des News)
1/2 Marathon: 1:23:30 (2009 Provo Half)
Marathon: 2:53:46 (2007 St George)

Short-Term Running Goals:

 

Long-Term Running Goals:

 

Personal:

Daddy to 3 great kids - 16 year old son and 11 year old twin daughters

I do not know what tomorrow will bring but I do know it will start with a run.

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Miles:This week: 0.00 Month: 0.00 Year: 0.00
Saucony Grid A2 Lifetime Miles: 125.40
GoRun2 Lifetime Miles: 53.70
Adrenaline 2014 Blue (1) Lifetime Miles: 442.70
Adrenaline 2014 Red (1) Lifetime Miles: 429.20
Slow milesFast milesTotal Distance
6.003.009.00

2.25 warm up miles then 6 X 1/2 mile at 5K pace with 1/4 mile rest. Splits were: 3:07, 3:05, 3:00, 3:00, 2:59, 3:00. The first couple felt a little out of control. Started to settle down towards the end. Cooled down with 2.50 easy miles. Achilles felt better but knee was a little sore.

Comments
From Brent on Mon, Jul 03, 2006 at 19:58:39

Andy, your workouts are looking good. I read an article, Yasso 800s, try and work up to 12 x 1/2 by marathon time? I also read an article by Galloway, 12 x 1 miles at 6 min mile pace if you expect to break three hours. Anway, the workouts are tought, good work.

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