The Nike Oregon Project's Dathan Ritzenhein blogs about how hard it is to stay patient when things are going well:

It has been a week since my 5k at the Occidental/USATF high performance meet. That race was a bit of a surprise. I have trained well for the weeks leading up to the race but I did have a small hiccup which forced me to spend two weeks on the alter-g treadmill and I missed a few workouts. I debated about running it because I had only done two workouts on the track in the week leading up to the race. So Alberto said to run in flats and to just shoot for 13:30. My training partners Mo Farah and Galen Rupp had already ran awesome in the 1500, going 1-2 in 3:34 which to those who don’t know is equivalent to around 3:52 for a mile, not bad for a couple 10k guys. I got so excited watching that race, I was worried that I used up all my adrenaline. I owe those guys tremendously because they came back just 60 minutes later to pace me for the 5k. The pace was suppose to go out for 13...

Full article: http://dathanritzenhein.competitor.com/2012/05/26/oxy-recap/

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