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But yesterday’s 20 miles was awful! My legs felt heavy, my breathing was labored, and my heart rate was sky high and I have no idea why. The first 10 miles of the run were pretty hilly and I knew this before I started. The plan was for the day was to start out with an easy effort and then pick it up a bit after the hills were over.
We managed to do this, but effort to pick up the pace was way more difficult than I wanted it to be. First 10 miles average 9:50 pace and the total 20 miles averaged 9:40 pace which means that the second 10 miles was 9:30 pace. 9:30 pace on flat land should feel EASY to me, but it felt almost impossible.
Needless to say, I’m a little bit discouraged after yesterday’s run. I’m very worried about my 40 mile run that’s rapidly approaching (6 weeks away). I’m totally questioning my training plan. Am I running enough? Am I running hard enough? Should I crossfit more? Should I crossfit less?
I’m hoping that I’m just tired and that with a little bit of rest I’ll bounce back stronger. If not, it’s gonna be a long, slow, painful 40 miles on April 15th.