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I was just looking over my training schedule. I think I am overtraining myself. This would explain my struggle on Sunday doing 30 km. My body wasn’t ready for it. My first week I was doing 50 km a week. This week I should be doing 83.5 km a week. That’s a lot to increase in 4 weeks.

I am going to change my plan a bit. More long runs in the 25 km range. Build my base level that way.
There are thoughts that how am I going to do a marathon. That’s 42 km. 25 km is only 60% of that. 🙂 I guess I have to pray for it. I figure if my base level reaches 30 km, the marathon is only 12 km away. We will see.

Yesterday I spend an hour just biking around. It was a very low-intensity relaxing bike ride. I didn’t go over any hills. Need to give my legs a rest. They are still sore now. Just not as bad as yesterday. If they are better in the afternoon I will go for a jog.

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