best night run eva
Avg Pace:10:04 min/mi
Elevation Gain:0 ft
i ate too much junk food last night…i feel like total assss
"You’re going for a run in the dark on Friday night?!"
First time running since the marathon on 9/30, but FELT SO GOOD. I was only going to do like .7mi, but I’m like wow, I can do a lot more running this feels amazing, so I kept running. I didn’t take one break!! Tthis is a big step up for me! I even felt so good I was like “I can be home by 20:00” and it was like 18min when I started getting close to my house, and I was like…I want to be in the driveway by 19:00. So I sprinted home. I think it’s because I really know what my body is capable now..amazing!
SO HOT. 90 degrees and very humid, even at 8am. i lost my nike sensor so i didn’t keep track of my pace but guessing i was between 8.5-9 min/mile pace during the first mile and a half. i slowed down after that and sped up at the end. my time was 33:38, coming in 67th out of 73. not my best time, but definitely not my worst. i will work my hardest to be in the 20s next year!
29:21. 90 degree weather and 52% humidity. Thought id get in a hot run before I have to race in it tomorrow. Not a bad time considering I hadn’t run in 2 weeks. After I take my first break I really just cant get past the mental barrier of “I cant do this anymore.” I can run a mile straight but as soon as I stop to walk even for a few seconds I just cant run for a long time anymore. It makes me really mad, but ill work on it during tomorrows run.
I forgot what my time was. I think it was like 13 something. But anyways, I was running on 6-6.8 most of the time. Stride looked good from what I could see.
Trying so hard to break 8:31. I was running on 6.8-7.5 most of the time, at the end 8.5. Still didn’t PR. Damn.
morning run. finished in 22:20 and 18:35 pace. getting back into the swing of things, i haven’t run since the beginning of april. my head feels funny and i have runner’s high. yay? idk haha
splits 9:55, 19:26, 30:36, 41:22
really improving from earlier in the week :) the first 3 miles felt soo gooood