>> Sunday 26.2 mostly at long run pace :)
>> Total: 50
>> Goal races:
>> Stockade-athon 15k November 14 - goal sub 1:06
>> Troy Turkey Trot November 25 42 or better
>> Hang Over Half January 1st - 1:32 or less
> You're a brave soul. After my marathon on 10/10, I won't even consider
> race on 11/25.
>This all goes back to ones training and recover rate. Each spring I do a
>50k and two to three weeks later a 50 mile. If two week apart I go easy
>for the first half of the 50k. If three weeks apart I race both. And I'm
>not alone, about 20 or so from the 50k show up at the 50.
>I will agree that doing the Stockade-athon 15k with any pace after NY
>this weekend could be your unraveling. ;)
I CAN ONLY JUDGE BY THE WAY YOU LOOKED. YOU WERE NO WORSE FOR WEAR THAN IF
YOU HAD JUST DONE A LONG RUN ON THE WEEKEND. YOUR FORM WAS SMOOTH (WELL NOT
KARI, BUT FOR YOU) AND THERE WAS NO SIGNS OF YOU CATERING TO ANY AREA. I
THINK THOSE TIMES ARE REASONABLE FOR YOU. LETS REMEMBER YOU RACED A
MARATHON AND THEN DID A LONG RUN WHILE A MARATHON WAS GOING ON AROUND
YOU.THE HARDEST OR MOST DIFFICULT TO HOLD WILL BE THE HALF. THE WEATHER
COULD BE A MAJOR FACTOR. IT APPEARS THAT THE NEXT FEW WEEKS MAY BE COLD,
BUT NONE OF THAT WHITE STUFF. THE SNOW NOT ONLY IS A PAIN TO RACE IN, IT
HAS AN EFFECT UPON YOUR TRAINING.