Posts Tagged ‘ tempo run ’

What Would Betty Do Logo Training: Of Treadmills, Drool and Potential

Sometimes, all you can do is drool. I first read about the UCSF Human Performance Center last year in Runner’s World as I sat on the couch with my broken foot propped up on the ottoman. For a science geek, it sounded incredibly cool: using actual performance testing to determine what I should be capable of […] Read More

What Would Betty Do Logo Training: Delusions and Small Victories

I had a good long, slow run last Saturday. I followed that up with a good, kind of fast tempo run on Tuesday: no lead legs, and slightly faster 2nd half of the tempo portion. It was fantastic, really. How often can I pull of long and slow and short and quick in the same week? […] Read More

What Would Betty Do Logo Training: Lead Legs and Vineyard Runs

The family was still out of town for the first part of the week, and again I had all kinds of grand plans for fun workouts. Instead, I spent Monday and Tuesday with my plumber dealing with an emergency repair that kept me home both days. Fun times! I did manage to get to the […] Read More

What Would Betty Do Logo Training: Long, Lonely Runs, Week 11

I hadn’t realized that the days were getting so much shorter until I went out for Saturday’s long run. Setting my alarm for 5:30, I managed to drive the 20 miles south to Milpitas before the cloudy sky even began to glow. The Plan Monday, 8/2: 30 minute easy run Tuesday, 8/3: Tempo runs with […] Read More