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Go Chickybabe!!You speed machine - these sessions will certainly pay off for you. Keep up the great work.See you at Fitzroy Falls on Saturday.J
LL, I have put a picture of our dog Addi up on my blog. I remember you asked about her ages ago.I sometimes wonder whether I should try out some shorter distance events. I sort of went straight from Hockey to longer distances without considering middle distances.
It might be a while before they pay off, Jen, but I'm really enjoying it! See you at FF.rundave - at long last I can see the adorable Addi! This is my FIRST attempt at shorter distances in training & had I known better I'd have started years ago. I love it! I think you should give it a go - it's a great change & the benefits will still carry over into long distance; I find it most interesting (could even get hooked!), exciting & fun! Have to say though, I wouldn't have a clue as to what to do if it wasn't for our CR Wombatface who has been brave & generous enough to take on the arduous task of coaching me!
Great to see you enjoying the change in your training Chickybabe. Now wonder the Nike Frees got holes in them. You burnt them with the speed you are running at.
You have some ability CB. Not many runners could do their first 1500 solo on a grass track and come within a second of the Australian record for their age-group.
Re Ewan's comment - WOOHOO!!!!But hey, don't abandon us and ditch the long stuff and take up sprinting.
No way, Tess! The idea with the track training is that I will not be so slow in the long distance stuff!
LL,I'm very impressed!!I'm hoping my new program will include such sessions.Great work :)K