Saturday, February 03, 2007

Heavens Above.....!



....I beat the bastard, not once but thrice this morning!

Program : Usual warm-up, some drills, strides.

3 x 500m (on the 1500m street course in Bowral).

Each 500m in 2:48...but 3 minutes will do!

I set Virtual Partner for 3 minutes & at the end of each repeat he was forced to admit: "You won!" He didn't get a chance to make a single appearance on the screen!

2:53; 2:51; 2:51.....which isn't 2:48, but close!

A hot morning & running into a fairly strong breeze. Paced out 500m with Mr G- armin on the flattest section I could find.

7 comments:

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  2. I love seeing 'bastards' being beaten and especially so convincingly! A really nice work out, LLs, and very consistent pacing.

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  3. LL you crack me up! Good to see you gave the bastard a thorough thrashing ;-)

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  4. LL, where did you get that picture??? Still, it's a very healthy self image you have there :-)

    Gnome

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  5. Very consistent splits LL, well done!


    Stu

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  6. You didn't give the bastard a chance! I think you have the CJ mean streak and make poor old VP run too slow.

    Nice 'out of sight' splits :)

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  7. You certainly do crack me up!! :)

    It seems that the little rest has done you physically & mentally the world of good. I'm very pleased to see this.

    Take care, kx

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