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Late Night Tempo at 20 mile race pace/I haven't run like this in a long time

  • 10.0mi
  • 1:04:44
    Moving Time
  • 6:27/mi
    Avg Pace
  • 1,397


  1. Garrett H.
    Garrett Harris

    lol I may have a fast 800 but man this workout is insane great job!

  2. Kiley A.
    Kiley Allarea


  3. Leila S.
    Leila S.

    You couldn't sleep or what???

  4. Thomas P.
    Thomas Paulson

    Thank you Garrett Harris!! ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿƒ๐ŸฝKiley Allarea. Actually I was at sectionals all day supporting my team and I was an alternate for the 2 mile and didn't get to run, so the bus didn't get back until like 11pm last night, and I have big dreams that require some serious dedication Leila Sermek!

  5. Leila S.
    Leila S.

    Great job!!! That is the only way you can achieve what you want. Every extra effort counts twice. Michael Phelps practiced on Sundays when everyone else would take a break. Go for it!!!

  6. Thomas P.
    Thomas Paulson

    Exactly! Its all about no days off (and recovering well to avoid injury) Leila Sermek

  7. Leila S.
    Leila S.

    Experts are still perplexed how Michael Phelps can recover so fast. Me too. He can swim one great race after another. It is all about training. These days they can do tests to determine whether you are recovered and figure tune the training accordingly. For us mortals we need to do trial an error approach.

  8. Garrett H.
    Garrett Harris

    It's probably because he eats 10,000 calories a day to help recover fast

  9. Kiley A.
    Kiley Allarea

    That was a wow face! Hahaha

  10. Thomas P.
    Thomas Paulson

    I think the body learns to adapt to whatever training you do and gradually building up over years and years can allow your body to think even the craziest training is only normal. When I started running I could only dream of running as much as I do now without getting injured but now it just seems normal, so I think it's a long term buildup. Plus lots of sleep and a proper diet and good genetics! People don't realize that the pros build up to that level of training over decades you can't just start out running 150 miles a week it takes a long time and patience! Leila Sermek

  11. Kiley A.
    Kiley Allarea

    I'm kinda trying lmao

  12. Thomas P.
    Thomas Paulson

    You're doing good. All that elevation gain you do isn't easy

  13. Thomas P.
    Thomas Paulson

    Kiley Allarea

  14. Kiley A.
    Kiley Allarea


  15. Leila S.
    Leila S.

    Yeah, I learned it hard way. Got tendonitis last year. It seems that my limit is low 20ies per week. Just need to remind myself about those decated you mentioned ๐Ÿ˜•

  16. Thomas P.
    Thomas Paulson

    Strength training is also really helpful to avoid injury while upping your mileage! Leila Sermek