It was cold, windy and rainy at the track, but there was still a good turn out, and I was glad to be out there. I didn't really have a plan as to what I was going to do, but I thought just some 4's and 2's would be good because of the wind. Turning the corner to the home stretch was killer, like running into a wall of pelting rain. I kept my recovery times short, in order to maximize such a short workout, about 45 sec for the 400s, and 30 sec for the 200s. I ended up doing 4 X 400, 4 X200, then 2 more of each. 3600 m of speed work on such a miserable day was easily as good psychologically as it was physically.
Here are the results
1:27 / 1:28 / 1:26 / 1:24
38 /39 /36 / 39 (wind aided, fast one was trying to keep pace with Wilson Perez)
39 / 37
It was a dark and stormy night, when out of the inky shadows (implied Click & Clack).... Goupil cruises to his first 17M title of the fall/winter season. I was hoping for a shot at the second round, but with the rain and darkness, it made conditions too difficult for me to see the mark. Plus, it seems as though someone moved a mailbox into the running lane to slow down any unsuspecting runners(me). My specs were so fogged and wet that I couldn't even tell who took the title. Any help?
Again, Armadillo's was act@&**y a good time as usual.