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Brad puts in a consistent week of training while resisting the calls to race.
Julian takes a break off Strava and spends time on the paddleboard.
Brady has a rough night’s sleep as he looks towards Run For The Kids this Sunday.
Box Hill Classic saw the 3000m won by Rose Donegan and Seth O’Donnell, each putting in dominant performances, while the 1500m races were won by Georgia Griffith and Callum Davies of Queensland.
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Stewart McSweyn is named to race the Vitality London 10000 road race in May alongside Mo Farah and Andy Butchart.
The boys speculate on who could be lining up for the Commonwealth Games with Marnie Ponton and Sarah Klein lining up for Newcastle Marathon this coming weekend, as well as how Lisa Weightman will come into the mix.
For Training Talk this week, Brad takes us through the Reverse Pyramid session:
1200m / 800m / 600m / 400m / 400m / 600m / 800m / 1200m
With 60 seconds of static recovery between each rep, Brad explains the target pace for each rep and what runners should get out of this workout as a whole.
*(Editor’s Note: Runners should do an easy warm-up jog, drills and strides before commencing any workout).
Moose finds out people not waving back is a phenomenon not exclusive to the trails. The boys then preview the Australian National Track & Field Championships and figure out where Brady should place in the long race at Run For The Kids.
The boys round out the Kieser Great Ocean Road Running Festival with a special guest, as they chat about the exciting event taking place on the 14th-15th of May along the iconic Great Ocean Road in Victoria, Australia.