I knew during the first mile of my 4th MAF test this evening that there was likely to be a reduction in pace since the last test and this was borne out by the results. Firstly I thought that perhaps I need a rest and hence the poor performance but I've come to the conclusion that it's just that there is no further benefit to be gained from pure "aerobic" work and that it is time to move onto the hard stuff. Although I wasn't expecting the signal to be a reduction in form - but there you are Mon 26th Jan 6.83 miles in 55:29 (08:07 pace @ 129HR) Tue 27th Jan 7.62 with 5 miles @ 07:23 pace & 143 HR.
Leon Reid...The new Irish sprint sensation???
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