step by step, mile by mile

May 08, 2021

Recent EntriesHomeJoin Fast Running Blog Community!PredictorHealthy RecipesEugene's RacesFind BlogsMileage BoardTop Ten Excuses for Missing a RunTop Ten Training MistakesDiscussion ForumRace Reports Send A Private MessageWeek ViewMonth ViewYear View
JanFebMarAprMayJunJulAugSepOctNovDec
2015201620172018201920202021
15% off for Fast Running Blog members at St. George Running Center!

Location:

U of A

Member Since:

May 16, 2015

Gender:

Male

Goal Type:

Other

Short-Term Running Goals:

tentative racing schedule:

6/5 - utah valley half

7/17 - draper days 5k

7/24 - deseret news 10k

VERY tentative.

Personal:

23. braves fan

Favorite Blogs:

Miles:This week: 50.00 Month: 53.00 Year: 845.25
Fly's Lifetime Miles: 69.50
Pegs 36 #8 Lifetime Miles: 451.00
Pegs #9 Lifetime Miles: 322.25
Peg 37 White Lifetime Miles: 245.50
Streak LT Lifetime Miles: 4.50
Peg 37 Navy Lifetime Miles: 83.50
Peg 37 Magenta Lifetime Miles: 0.00
Total Distance
8.00

ran with a watch today, hopefully doing that from now on. first mile i felt slow and tired, my body lasted me through finals but now that they’re over i can feel the lack of sleep and proper nutrition, proper recovery, etc. anyway I ran the first mile in 7:05 which really surprised me, i guess i’m in better shape than i thought. tried not to speed up and ran a 6:36 second mile, and i got excited from that and tried to run the next mile around tempo effort. 5:36 with a faster second half. then drove to the rec center, ran another mile and worked out/stretched/core/etc

4 in the evening. Wanted to do 8 or 12 but I didn't get much sleep last night and felt exausted on the run, but better as it went on. Learned how to change autolap and now I have it set to 4 miles which I like a lot. 6:48 avg pace which leads me to believe 6 min pace might actually be easy, which is a big confidence booster with workouts starting next week. Need to start going to bed early if I'm waking up at 5 though

Fast Miles: 1.00All Black Pegs Miles: 8.00
Weight: 0.00
Add Your Comment.
  • Keep it family-safe. No vulgar or profane language. To discourage anonymous comments of cowardly nature, your IP address will be logged and posted next to your comment.
  • Do not respond to another person's comment out of context. If he made the original comment on another page/blog entry, go to that entry and respond there.
  • If all you want to do is contact the blogger and your comment is not connected with this entry and has no relevance to others, send a private message instead.
Only registered users with public blogs are allowed to post comments. Log in with your username and password or create an account and set up a blog.
Debt Reduction Calculator
Featured Announcements