The satellites on my GPS would not load so we ran a few minutes w/o my data. I added it to the end of the splits. Based on how fast we went when it started working, I made educated guesses. Also knowing the loop is a little over 5, I just assumed it was 5. We might have even gone faster.
Kelly said around 3 miles I was killing her. But you see, I thought she was killing me. She was a half step ahead of me and I had to keep pushing to keep up with her.
This is my fastest North Park Run yet and we talked almost the entire time. (5 yet, I mean this year. I am not 100% sure if I beat it last year or not. I will have to analyze.) My 5k time was slightly faster than it is but I missed out on my data at the beginning so it's really my time from about .4 to 3.5.
|The satellites didn't even work right at first|
|Stopped at one point to stretch.|
I'm hoping these runs help me in Colorado. I'm helping they convince me to sign up for the Philly Marathon. Should I do it?
It was still dark at 6 and slightly dark at 6:15. It was so hard to start so early.
We ran counterclockwise today. I like that way. Kelly normally runs clockwise and she didn't like counterclockwise. I usually run ccw and didn't like when we ran cw. It's all what we are used to.