USATF 10 Mile Championships

I am, always have, and probably always will be a little too hard on myself after a race. The major problem I have is that, in my head, I have performed far better than my legs have physically carried me in reality, leading me to truly believe that I should be performing better than I have. While this kind of confidence is totally necessary for high-level running, it also can lead to cases of overly high expectations. When I set my goals for this season, they were honestly pretty arbitrary. My precise thought process: I ran 1:14:03 at the Houston Half, which equates (via equiv. performance chart) to 55:33. I want to run under 55:00 because that sounds like a badass goal, would give me somet

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