October CTC: 3x2k+2´r

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Liefcat
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October CTC: 3x2k+2´r

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The Diamonds (Over Sixties Erging Group) have chosen the October CTC.

It's going to be;

The Super Sixties Stopping 6k

3 x 2k with 2 minute recoveries.

No restrictions.

First rep from a stationary Flywheel, rolling starts ok after that.
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Re: October CTC: 3x2k+2´r

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I quite like the look of this one. I may give it a few goes at different levels of "commitment".

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Re: October CTC: 3x2k+2´r

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I may have a bash at this as I do a lot of 6ks and Im well over 60 lol
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Re: October CTC: 3x2k+2´r

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I thought I’d have a crack at this to get an idea of pace. The target I set was my current 5k pace of 2:01. I think this is a bit soft to be honest.

Anyway, pacing went completely out of the window, as did the idea of starting at a sensible pace this time and building up next month. Ended with a pace of 1:59.1 which is 5k-2 or 2k+7. Completely knackered at the end. Spidermac was in my ear telling me to increase the rating!

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