A running blog, of sorts
FYI, you don't have to run at 4:15~4:30. You can run at 5:00 just to get some mileage on your legs, without your heartbeat going sky high.
You're right Bob. I actually was running around that pace early in the run but I always speed up unconsciously when I run. I have to keep an idea on that. I hope you're well.
Mate ... I'm watching. Great post. Can sympathise for sure. Yes, we need you to be sitting down at a bench under shade next time with running schedule at hand. I want to hear all about it. Have a great week.
That's right Bob. Don't speed up Scott! Start at 5 minute ks and stay there, run longer. There was a masters runner profiled in Running Times that ran all his general mileage at 8 minute miles and raced 10ks in 32 minutes. He raced a lot though. Heat training has similar effects to altitude training, so slow down, drink a lot and run longer.