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This morning I took part in a local race in Chiang Mai, however strictly speaking I was not racing, more pace setting!

If you have been following my blog you will know that I am mentoring Ray Martin, who has entered the New York Marathon.

Today was his first race ever!


Although I was wearing my own HRM and Garmin 405, we matched each other stride for stride so the splits are very similar to Ray's.


Our target race pace was 9 minute miles. We went off a little bit fast during the first two miles (my fault), but managed to stay on target.

Mile 5 was tough for Ray, but he pulled through and finished in a time of 54:19 (5.99 miles).


Averaging 9:04 min/mile pace over 6 miles after only three weeks of running is pretty good going.


Raw Food consumed today:


Breakfast - 3 mangoes, couple rambutan

Lunch - 3 large bananas, 1 large dragon fruit, 6 prunes

Evening Meal - small green salad

Snacks - 3 large bananas, four rambutan, 1 green apple


Cooked Food consumed today:


Breakfast -

Lunch -

Evening Meal - couple spoons of dahl, semi cooked vegetarian dish

Snacks - oolong tea, pu-erh tea, 1 green tea, 2 glasses red wine


Training/Exercise today:


Run - 6 mile 'race' + 3 mile 'midday sun' walk

Bike -

Gym -

Yoga -

Swim -

Plyometrics -



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