>Look What I Can Do!>So happy
It was race day today. My first race in 4 years of non running. I have been training hard for it and really wanted a PR. That would have required a run of under 30 min. I was hoping for a 29 min or maybe even a 28:30 at best.
Ran my ass off and it didn't feel like it all. I know I'll never make it to London but hell a 3 min reduction of my PR makes me one happy guy.
Thanks to all of you that gave me great advice. Apparently it worked.
My sport's your sport's punishment
100 Km month 150 K month 200K month
5K run 10K run 20K run 30K run
sub 30 min 5K sub 55min 10K
Cool Jump Suit
Very nice! Now on to under 27:00!
Free, like a river ragingStrong, as the wind I'm facing.Chasing dreams and racing father time.
very nice job & yes now on to sub 27
Age: 45 Weight: 200 Height: 6'2" (Goal weight 200)
2013 Goal #1 - Sub 4 hour First Marathon - 3:48:09 at the Flying Pig 5/5/13!
2013 Goal #2 - Run my age in 10K. 44:51 on 9/14/13!
just a simple cat
Congratulations! Enjoy basking in that sweet PR!
1:30hrs Continuous running
17.5km in 1:30hr
Half Marathon < 1:50 (PB 1:50:35 - 26/08/12 Pewsey)
10k < 50mins (PB 45:09 - 15/07/12 West Tytherley 10k)
5k < 24mins (PB 22:08 - 16/06/12 Andover Park Run 5km)
Average Weekly Pace < 8min/mile (Current Best 8:02)
Congratulations, that's a heck of a chunk off your PR. Keep it rolling.
I decided that if I'm going to call myself a runner, I should probably run.
I was pretty happy taking 3 mins of a 5K. My next race is a 10K in September. I'm planning on setting a new PR there as well.
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