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May/June 2012 - Level Renner

May/June 2012 - Level Renner

A Week in the Life

A Week in the Life Sydney Fitzpatrick Fitzpatrick on the track at a recent UNH practice Photo by Lesley Hocking Training Week Monday Recovery double from long run AM 4 mile run (typical training pace is between 7:00 and 7:30 pace) PM 8 miles w/ 30 mins of core and drills Tuesday Workout (typically a tempo run or fartlek) Example- 5 mile tempo with first 3 @ 6:00 pace last 2 @ 5:30 Post workout: Team yoga 40 min Wednesday Easy double AM 5 miles PM 5 miles Sydney Fitzpatrick of Billerica, MA, may be the best NCAA runner who almost didn’t go to college. Now a senior at the University of New Hampshire, she ran the #1-ranking 10,000m time in the 2012 season (34:50) on March 30th. Her journey began as a soccer and lacrosse player in high school who was complacent about training but loved the thrill of competition. Her longest run at the time was 6 miles. As her weekly log shows, there is nothing complacent about Sydney’s approach to running anymore. Her breakthrough in the 10K came as the result of years of consistently hard training. This winter, she ran 3 PRs, including a thrilling 5K race where she shaved over a minute off her previous best. It hasn’t always been an easy journey for Fitzpatrick. She had to overcome several setbacks due to injury, including an unlucky run-in with an oblivious spectator that caused her to sprain her ankle in cross country two years ago. She also had to make major changes in her diet: where she once subsisted on greasy foods like pizza and pasta, she actually grew over an inch by eating more vegetables in college. Since last year, she’s adopted the Paleo diet, which includes meat, fruit, and nuts but eschews dairy and gluten. “It was an adjustment,” she admits, and she doesn’t credit her success to her dietary restrictions, saying only that she feels better. Now that she is healthy and fit, she’s excited about where she’s headed. PRs 800m: 2:17 Mile: 4:56 3000m steeple: 10:33 5000m: 16:17 10000m: 34:50 Profile written and submitted by Lesley Hocking Thursday 9 mile training run with core and drills Friday Shorter interval workout (unless I have a race that week) Example-10x500 @ 5k race pace w/ 300 normal jog rest. Saturday Recovery 8 slow miles with core and drills Sunday 12-15 miles Weekly average: 65-70 miles 17

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