40.0, 80.8, 2:01.6, 2:43.5, 3:22.3 Max HR 193
40.3, 80.7, 2:01.0, 2:42.2, 3:22.3 Max HR 195
Now that’s a nice set! I took my spikes off for the next two and went with the flats.
40.4, 81.5, 2:02.7, 2:45.1, 3:25.1 Max HR 194
OK now fatigue was setting in. Last one coming up. As coach says, "anyone can do one more."
40.1 Well, right then I started to feel a twinge in one calf then the other, as I was coming around the 300 my right calf started to cramp. I had to slow and then of course it was clear that I needed to stop.
So, not bad for a first track session. Coach Vaughan's analysis was that I was not used to the heat and humidity and was sweating more than usual. Anyway that was one tough workout so I am glad it’s in the bank! Here is the HR profile:
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