Hey Scotty, not sure if you did it right or not but it does not seem out of place. I ran today, a scheduled run but lost track of time and ran over what I normally do. I think they call it "runners bliss!" I started at 6:30am and finished a little past 7:30. I ran asphalt, concrete, and rolling hills.
Last week was spent on the island of Kauai (I know, boo hoo boo hoo) and I only ran one time during the week. Quickly discovered that running at sea level, in dead-flat Florida is a lot different than up and down small hills on the edge of some lava cliffs at 3400 feet in Hawaii. Ugh! Took everything I had to get even 1.5 miles in.
Last night I finally got back to my normal route. Did 3.17 miles in 36:53. That's a 11:36 pace. Did set a PR for a mile, 10:16 in my first mile.
Today's off, and then back to it tomorrow.
43 Years Old, 6' 2" tall.
255 pounds on January 1, 2012
220 pounds on April 7, 2012 (and still falling)
Started C25K February 7, 2012
Graduated April 6, 2012 with a 33:28 time
I ran ONE mile today.....I know that isn't very far, but that was very hard for me and I am very proud of myself.....
Did I mention that that mile was in a track meet and it was a 4:56 mile? 3 SECOND PR!!!!!!!!!
Thanks! I have been working my [hind-quarters] off for that time, my next step is to go sub 4:55
And Nice work with the headwind, I just ran a 400m ( one lap ) and I had a headwind for the entire race, however that works...I feel your pain, nature is evil sometimes
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