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Holiday training in Seattle

Posted by thepeteplan on January 2, 2014

I flew from London to Seattle on Friday 27th December, arriving late afternoon. It’s easy when you go on holiday to skip training, but anyone who trains regularly knows that a couple of weeks off training, or even just off structured training, can take a good few weeks to come back from. It is generally not hard to find a free hour each day to do some training though, certainly for me it is easier than in normal life with work, commuting etc. I have also been making the most of jetlag and getting most sessions out of the way before 7am when there is little else to go and do anyway.

28th December:

10k = 37:37.8 / 1:53.3 / 23

29th December:

10k = 37:09.2 / 1:51.4 / 25

30th December:

2k = 6:49.5 / 1:42.3 / 24
5min rest
1k = 3:23.8 / 1:41.9 / 24
5min rest
500m = 1:39.5 / 24

31st December:

10k = 37:37.7 / 1:52.8 / 24

1st January:

4 x 2500m / 2min rest:
8:54.9 / 1:46.9 / 28
8:54.0 / 1:46.8 / 28
8:53.8 / 1:46.7 / 29
8:43.9 / 1:44.7 / 30

10k = 35:26.6 / 1:46.3 / 28

2nd January:

30mins = 8028m / 1:52.1 / 25

Now I’m heading on a road trip down to Portland, Oregon, for a few days, and won’t be taking any training kit with me!

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