Monday, May 07, 2007
My plan is simple to run intervals in the manner consistent with the Yasso’s intervals, but over 200 meters, and each in 40.00 seconds (if possible 10 intervals). This should both help me with sub 6 minutes mile, and in developing top speed for 5K road race (based on 40.00 seconds, the 10 K time would boil down to 40:00 minutes – some how the Yasso’s 200--meter intervals’ times do translate easily into a 10K time, but, in fact, predict a 5K time; Yasso’s 800—meter intervals’ times do directly predict a marathon time; e.g., a 2:00—minute intervals predict 2:00.00—hour marathon. The Yasso’s intervals show, something that no one else as far as I do know has noticed, that there is certain universal minimum speed for runners specializing in all races from 800 meters to 50K).
My plan got simpler: running each 100 meters in 25 seconds for as long as I can.
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