Doing 32K tomorrow morning...up at the crack of dawn to start running by 5:20am. This'll be the farthest I've gone this training cycle...and the farthest I ran last year before I got injured. I was thinking about how I trained last year, and I gotta say...I didn't respect the distance. I was pretty lackadaisical in my training compared to last year, when I think about it. I didn't fuel properly, I skipped workouts, I didn't really put the effort in that I should have. The one thing that I'm really hoping makes a difference injury-wise is I'm training with walk breaks every 3K (which works to about 20 minutes). A lot of people do the 10 and 1's, but the race has water stations every 3K so thought it was perfect as I plan on walking through the aid stations.
Off to bed now! Sleep tight.
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