Training for the mind. It's one thing to read about being calm and smooth while striding through the marathon miles and another to see fluid in motion. Sheer power.
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Personally, mental training should be started early to engage thoughts in the end goal. This thinking should bring reasoning to the daily "workout with a purpose."
Didn't have a choice in pulling back this morning as the knees had no lift. Probably a cumulative effect of yesterday's work and doubles. One decent pickup on the hill to the school. Made a mediocre effort to run 7:00\mile pace for the last mile to find myself crashing in the last 100 meters. Mostly a bad run and just wanted it over.
Yesterday: pm,Haynes Loop,5M,34:24,6:53\mile
Training: am,37,Willow Guzzle, 10M, 1:16:15 7:37\mile
22 hours ago