PACES


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PACES

The Clinical Examination from the Federation of the Royal Colleges of Physicians of the UK that was first given in 2001, replacing the MRCP(UK) Clinical and Oral Examinations.
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It is a good recovery pace in between faster workout days, and so in this sense it is your "normal" training pace.
As a guide, your pace should approximate one that you could not keep up for longer than 15 minutes.
Knowing when you are at the red line, and knowing how far and how long you can go when you're over it, are keys to planning and managing your race paces.
You can try out your learned internal sense of pace on your course, checking against the watch to learn how to adjust for the hills and valleys of real terrain.