High school training

January 23, 2020

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Nov 19, 2019



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Running Accomplishments:

XC 5k PR: 19:09; XC 2 mile PR: 11:49

5K PR: 18:59; 10K PR: 42:04

Track-- 800 PR: 2:22; 1600 PR: 5:19; 3200 PR: 11:35, 400 PR: 1:03

  • Won middle school XC regionals in 8th grade 
  • Won 1600 and 800 in T&F regionals in 8th grade
  • 1st city All-league (2nd in the league) this year
  • Got All-area in my division (3rd in my area)
  • Placed 14th at regionals this year, qualifying for state
  • Placed 35th at state (6 second gap between 30th place for all-state and 35th)

Short-Term Running Goals:

  • Run sub-18:30 in XC 5K
  • Sub-2:18 in 800
  • Run sub-5:10 in the 1600
  • Run sub-11:10 in the 3200

I want to be able to make my base mileage bigger so I can run longer distances faster. I also want to work hard the next few years without letting any stress get to my head (work on being mentally stronger)--I don't want to put unnecessary pressure on myself.

Long-Term Running Goals:

  • Sub 18 XC 5k
  • Sub 2:10 800
  • Sub 5:00 1600
  • Sub 10:50 3200

I want make sure I don't waste any opportuntities presented to me through running. More importantly, I want to just enjoy my high school running career and have no regrets at the end. I'll see where this running takes me...


9th grader in Haslett High School

Miles:This week: 0.00 Month: 14.50 Year: 14.50
Slow milesFast milesTotal Distance

40 min high resistance eliptical workout, last 15 with weights

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