I thought we did a great job as a team on our quality interval days this week. I thought Monday's Kenyan Runs went pretty well, and I thought Wednesday Australian Hills went extremely well. (When do we do American intervals, you ask?) This year, I feel like I have been moving away from relying on the watches so much, and just wanting the intervals to be HARD. This was inspired in part, by a blog post I discovered while mindlessly surfing the internet one night. Here it is, but be forewarned, not a lot of safe for work language. Try to get beyond that, though, and read it for what it is: a treatise on making your intervals HARD. Intervals should make you race faster, and in races, watches, heart rate, pace, they don't matter. So why should those factors matter in intervals? Just go out there on hard days and kill yourself.