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30m to 250m time Predictions

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Start on. Show related SlideShares at end. WordPress Shortcode. Lloyd Dean , Advanced Practitioner Follow. Thank you all for your input. Im not in the best of shape at the moment so was expecting something around the 51 area. The reason behind doing a m rather than m is that I wanted to do SE2 work longer than m for a bit more lactic tolerance.

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I actually did the session that you mentioned yesterday with the exact same recovery and came out with a Congratulations on a PR season! Id give anything to be running in the 49s again!

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Good predictor I have found is starting at the start. Rest 1' then a to the finish. It seems to model the race well and seems to be within a half second.

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Thanks for the replies guys. Pulled off a Hey, After some time off ive recently started training for m again. In training on wednesday I did a split run session; m Mike Young on August 19, at am I'd say 51 high Can i ask why you did a after your and not a ?