2005 National Schools Track and Field 1500m Final: one of the rare times I managed to beat Mok in a footrace
After a good start to training in the first week of summer holidays, having put in runs for six days of the week (with rest on Sunday), it can be easy to turn lazy and ease off the second week. Moreover, after a gym session on Saturday, I was aching a little in my upper body and the area around my quadriceps.
However, I know how important it is to build momentum. The more consistent one is in training, day after day, the easier it can get down the road. For distance runners more than in other disciplines, consistency of training is the key to faster times and a prime example of that is my friend and occasional running partner Mok Ying Ren. Continue reading