1k pace for a 7min 2K?

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Dangerscouse
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Re: 1k pace for a 7min 2K?

Post by Dangerscouse » May 15th, 2024, 5:28 am

Sakly wrote:
May 14th, 2024, 11:29 pm
Was this related to my answer(s)?
If so, I cannot find anything wrong or snarky in my comments. At least it shouldn't be interpreted this way, as it wasn't the intention at all. :?
I'm assuming it's not about you Sascha, and if it is, I can 100% vouch that your intention was all good. Sometimes the written word can be lost in interpretation.
50 HWT; 6' 4"; 1k= 3:09; 2k= 6:36; 5k= 17:19; 6k= 20:47; 10k= 35:46 30mins= 8,488m 60mins= 16,618m HM= 1:16.47; FM= 2:40:41; 50k= 3:16:09; 100k= 7:52:44; 12hrs = 153km

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Sakly
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Re: 1k pace for a 7min 2K?

Post by Sakly » May 15th, 2024, 7:20 am

RWAGR wrote:
May 15th, 2024, 4:57 am
Sascha bro don't worry about. Nothing wrong in anything you said. You're a great guy and you're always helping people on here. Some people are just not nice and usually it means they have something going on in life- just hope for their sake they sort it out and ignore them until they do.
Dangerscouse wrote:
May 15th, 2024, 5:28 am
I'm assuming it's not about you Sascha, and if it is, I can 100% vouch that your intention was all good. Sometimes the written word can be lost in interpretation.
Thx mates.
I know sometimes I get straight to the point and it can sound rough, had many situations like this in real life as well, as I'm not thinking about the emotional aspect of what is said or done in the first place, but more of the factual content. So it can easily happen, that something I wrote could be misunderstood or misinterpreted by someone. Appreciate hints if this is the case, otherwise I can't explain/correct understanding/interpretation.
Male - '80 - 82kg - 177cm - Start rowErg Jan 2022
1': 355m
4': 1217m
30'r20: 8068m
30': 8,283m
60': 16,222m
100m: 0:16.1
500m: 1:27.1
1k: 3:07.8
2k: 6:37.1
5k: 17:39.6
6k: 21:15.3
10k: 36:01.5
HM: 1:18:40.1
FM: 2:52:32.6
My log

RWAGR
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Re: 1k pace for a 7min 2K?

Post by RWAGR » May 15th, 2024, 8:29 am

Sakly wrote:
May 15th, 2024, 7:20 am

Thx mates.
I know sometimes I get straight to the point and it can sound rough, had many situations like this in real life as well, as I'm not thinking about the emotional aspect of what is said or done in the first place, but more of the factual content. So it can easily happen, that something I wrote could be misunderstood or misinterpreted by someone. Appreciate hints if this is the case, otherwise I can't explain/correct understanding/interpretation.
That’s the thing - you didn’t misread or mistype or anything. You read the OP’s OP correctly bro. It didn’t sound rough at all. Don’t sweat it - save that for the erg.
Rob, 40, 6'1", 188 lbs. Potomac, MD, USA (albeit English-Australian originally).

2k: 6:45.4 (2023)
5k: 17:56.3 (2023)
30': 8,182 (2024)
10k: 36:49.9 (2024)
60’: 15,967 (2024)
HM: 1:20:27.4 (2024)
FM: 2:48:21.4 (2024)
100k: 7:43:28.2 (2024)

Sakly
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Re: 1k pace for a 7min 2K?

Post by Sakly » May 15th, 2024, 9:32 am

RWAGR wrote:
May 15th, 2024, 8:29 am
Don’t sweat it - save that for the erg.
Haha, already did today - but to be honest, nearly no sweat, as it was an easy session :lol:
Male - '80 - 82kg - 177cm - Start rowErg Jan 2022
1': 355m
4': 1217m
30'r20: 8068m
30': 8,283m
60': 16,222m
100m: 0:16.1
500m: 1:27.1
1k: 3:07.8
2k: 6:37.1
5k: 17:39.6
6k: 21:15.3
10k: 36:01.5
HM: 1:18:40.1
FM: 2:52:32.6
My log

robhely
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Re: 1k pace for a 7min 2K?

Post by robhely » May 15th, 2024, 9:55 pm

RWAGR wrote:
May 15th, 2024, 8:29 am

That’s the thing - you didn’t misread or mistype or anything. You read the OP’s OP correctly bro. It didn’t sound rough at all. Don’t sweat it - save that for the erg.
I agree completely, he understood my comments and gave great and encouraging advice as he always does. Nothing offensive or triggering at all.
M/53/179cm/74.8kg
started rowing late 2022

PBs
1k: 3:26.2
2k: 7:09.9
5k: 18:46.0
30min: 7,847m
10k: 38:57.0
60min: 15,060m
HM: 1:26:14.1

Sakly
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Re: 1k pace for a 7min 2K?

Post by Sakly » May 15th, 2024, 11:54 pm

robhely wrote:
May 15th, 2024, 9:55 pm
RWAGR wrote:
May 15th, 2024, 8:29 am

That’s the thing - you didn’t misread or mistype or anything. You read the OP’s OP correctly bro. It didn’t sound rough at all. Don’t sweat it - save that for the erg.
I agree completely, he understood my comments and gave great and encouraging advice as he always does. Nothing offensive or triggering at all.
Good to know, thanks :)
Male - '80 - 82kg - 177cm - Start rowErg Jan 2022
1': 355m
4': 1217m
30'r20: 8068m
30': 8,283m
60': 16,222m
100m: 0:16.1
500m: 1:27.1
1k: 3:07.8
2k: 6:37.1
5k: 17:39.6
6k: 21:15.3
10k: 36:01.5
HM: 1:18:40.1
FM: 2:52:32.6
My log

Cyclingman1
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Re: 1k pace for a 7min 2K?

Post by Cyclingman1 » May 16th, 2024, 8:58 pm

A little perspective on some recent posts.

Me [earlier]:
"Interval training is well established in all endurance activities. I've used shorter type intervals in running, cycling, and rowing with good results. The training effects of intervals cannot be duplicated with only longer rows. Someone not having done them will have to experiment with distance, number, pace, SPM, etc. Quality supersedes quantity. Intervals are not to be overall exhausting,"

Seems to be very a definite, positive commentary on interval training, specifically shorter ones. No equivocation whatsoever. Was not meant to be a comprehensive dissertation on intervals: physiological impacts and the like.[/size]


You:
Sakly wrote:
May 14th, 2024, 12:21 am
Intervals are always an important backbone of training. Has anyone written something different?
Do you have to jump in on everything? You post dozens of times every week and most of it is not particularly compelling. You say that intervals are important. Did that add something to the topic? It was unnecessary. Then "has anyone said differently?" As you quoted my comment, obviously that was directed to me. What is the basis of the question? I wrote nothing that even hints at intervals not being integral to training. Not only was the question, again, totally unnecessary but it seems like a faintly disguised jab. Am I supposed to defend something not even remotely suggested? I know darn good and well that you were not asking are there people in general who eschew the idea of intervals, which of course there are.

Your post is a perfect example of someone who posts so much that they have nothing relevant to say and gets oneself into trouble by making snarky comments.

And, BTW, the OP stated plainly that after two years of training that he had shied away from shorter intervals - never done them. That was a motivation for my earlier comment. Yes, after commentary about the importance of shorter intervals, he stated that perhaps he would try such. Again, in your haste to retort, you failed to read through all the posts and/or chose to ignore what the man said.

Dude you may be fooling some of your post buds, but not me. Are you going to state what your P/AR is for 2K? Pretty high, right?
JimG, Gainesville, Ga, 78, 76", 205lb. PBs:
66-69: .5,1,2,5,6,10K: 1:30.8 3:14.1 6:40.7 17:34.0 21:18.1 36:21.7 30;60;HM: 8337 16237 1:20:25
70-78: .5,1,2,5,6,10K: 1:32.7 3:19.5 6:58.1 17:55.3 21:32.6 36:41.9 30;60;HM: 8214 15353 1:23:02.5

Sakly
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Re: 1k pace for a 7min 2K?

Post by Sakly » May 17th, 2024, 4:49 am

Cyclingman1 wrote:
May 16th, 2024, 8:58 pm
all your confusing stuff, you've written
Probably you got it wrong by not reading the posts of the thread.

You wrote something about intervals, so I assumed it had a relation to something written before (this is usually the case in a thread) and you want to convince someone about your opinion about intervals. I questioned that by asking who said otherwise and you answered the OP did, what he obviously did not. I pointed that out and now you got mad and personal.
No idea what's wrong with you, but I hope you get it sorted out. Best of luck.

Side note: getting good results on any list/ranking does not mean you are right in all what you do and say. Not being in top of such lists does not mean, you are not allowed to give advice or personal experience in a forum. Don't know how you think that would be the case.

Sorry for getting off-topic, only my view of things here. This is the emotional stuff I'm not interested in a factual discussion. Case closed for me.
Male - '80 - 82kg - 177cm - Start rowErg Jan 2022
1': 355m
4': 1217m
30'r20: 8068m
30': 8,283m
60': 16,222m
100m: 0:16.1
500m: 1:27.1
1k: 3:07.8
2k: 6:37.1
5k: 17:39.6
6k: 21:15.3
10k: 36:01.5
HM: 1:18:40.1
FM: 2:52:32.6
My log

RWAGR
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Location: Potomac, MD, USA

Re: 1k pace for a 7min 2K?

Post by RWAGR » May 17th, 2024, 6:31 am

Sakly wrote:
May 17th, 2024, 4:49 am

No idea what's wrong with you, but I hope you get it sorted out. Best of luck.
This :D
Rob, 40, 6'1", 188 lbs. Potomac, MD, USA (albeit English-Australian originally).

2k: 6:45.4 (2023)
5k: 17:56.3 (2023)
30': 8,182 (2024)
10k: 36:49.9 (2024)
60’: 15,967 (2024)
HM: 1:20:27.4 (2024)
FM: 2:48:21.4 (2024)
100k: 7:43:28.2 (2024)

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