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The magic of pace judgement

Tues: 45 minute tempo with the HuRTS. Averaged 3:35/km on the way out, turned at 6.3km and held similar pace on the return. Looked at my watch at the Art Gallery and realised I was close to spot on for the return. Picked up the pace for the last 100m and reached the pillars in exactly 45:00 (for 12.56km on the GPS). How’s that for pace judgement? Obviously a fair dose of luck involved but I’m always amazed at the ability of the human brain to subconsciously judge pace so accurately.

Ray was flying today. He can really dig deep when he wants to, although he did say he wasn’t sure he would have made it back to North Sydney without someone to drag him back over the bridge.

Legs feel much better this week. Mount Solitary is getting close so might try a hill session at Montpelier St. on Thursday (company welcome). The alternative to the alternative session….

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