400, I just spent about 1.5 hours or so reading this entire journal, i must say I've always loved reading about training and such, but I thought it was awesome. I got lost at times with my lack of knowledge lol but you were prolly there at one point too.. As far as that last comment went about your season being over before you know it.. quit that noise, we both know its not true. Just keep training, I try to look at it as, I'm going to be running whether I train or not, and why be worried about doing bad if I know I'm doing all I can to do well.. I'm having a hard time verbalizing this here, but I think you know what I mean.. basically your gonna do what you do no matter what, so why worry, because when you run that race, the outcomes gonna be even worse if you worry, so just train, do all you can do, be confident within yourself and know, I can beat this guy beside me because I've worked harder then him.. Ato Boldon told me this once when I was on this type of subject. So stay up, and train hard, 2 hours of a 24 hour day is hardly a sacrifice, especially when it could mean the difference between nationals, and sitting on your ass waiting for next season. Anyways, thats my two cents lol, back to your training… you seem to ALWAYS be doing something different, I dont know if thats just me, but your always mixin it up which I love the idea of, if you have time between work and all that drama, training, and school, you'll probably have more time come a couple weeks and when summer comes as I will be, I would love to get some more training tips from you. I've been reading your workouts and such but have some trouble piecing together when to do what.. as you know, I have little knowledge, and you've already helped me out immensely, but as far as variety goes on the workout days you've layed out for me, I need some opinion. But thanks again for all your help, and I'm hoping to turn some heads, BIG TIME next season, this one ended disappointedly, and I think I'm a lot like you from reading your posts, strictly motivation and mindset, and just not giving up, and being too much a competitor for my own good for that matter.. I'm basically willing to train 7 days a week 3 hours a day, and this isn't even exaggeration, mind-set and confidence is my bread and butter, and all the smack talk I get is nothing but motivational fuel to my fire.. anyways I'm ramblin man, but with some help I'm hopin to hold shit down next year.. be easy, and stay up.