- I have been looking forward to pacing Callie for her race for a year. It is in a week. I don't know how ready I am.
- My knee hurt about 2 miles into it.
- I'm slow now.
- I'm slower than I was before when I thought I was slow.
- I barely run now.
- I did all that stretching and strength training at PT and my knee still bothers me.
- Since after PT, usually pain would be the least it'll ever be, does this mean I won't ever be a runner anymore?
The weather was a little chilly when I started. It was hot when I was done. By hot I mean accuweather told me it was 46 degrees. I ran in a tank + a long sleeve shirt with capri pants. I'm not going to do well this summer if 46 is hot.
I passed 7 school buses today while running. I ran past a few bus stops. One kid yelled "Run. Run. Run." to me. Running by all the bus stops was my fasted .25 split at 2:05.
|Using "Moving Time"|
When you look at your Garmin data do you use the Moving Time or the Time when seeing how fast you ran?
Max speed = 8.7 mph. I wonder what I have had in the past for a max speed.... Time to log into Garmin and check it out. It was 8.6 last time and my average was 6.7 last time. My 2 runs before that had a max of 8.8 and 9.3 but those were track runs. My last North Park run that I cut short was an average of 6.1 mph and a max speed of 7.4. That was also only a 3 mile run and it should have been 12. My 30k race had a max speed of 8.6 mph. Maybe I need kids yelling at me more often. the 8.7 was pretty good in comparison. My last 5k had me averaging 7.0 mph with a max speed of 10.7.