desert dude wrote:
That's the point, some have missed. I love how people take the literal wording and don't grasp the concept behind it.
I got it, guys, especially this part:
desert dude wrote:You say you are an older athlete. Wouldn't it be nice to not slow down for the next two-three years on the run? Wouldn't it be nice to not chase last years run times this year but instead maybe even speed up a bit?
That, my friends, hit home ... and timely too, since I had just finally cracked my v2.0 10 Mile goal of 1:30 at Broad Street Run last weekend*, cutting about a minute per mile off last year. I didn't do NEARLY 50 Miles a week, but I did [slightly] longer runs and closer to daily than the previous year
* "v2.0" is what I call my second
running career, after I essentially quit between 1999 and 2006; none of my PRs from the 20th Century count, hence the v2.0
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