Help. I'm confused. So I graduated last year and have building my distances slowly and have now run 10k a couple of times. I'm turtle slow but trying really hard not to stress too much over that. My normal time for a 10k is between 1hr 20 & 1hr 23 (told you I was slow !) Set out this morning but the run was a disaster. Way too hot, horrible route, too many gremlins telling me I couldn't do it etc etc so I more or less gave up and walked absolutely loads of it. Told myself I wouldn't worry about the time and would just put this one down to experience. BUT, when I got home my Garmin said I'd done it in 1hr25. How is it possible that I was only 2 minutes slower when I'd walked so much of it ? Confused.com !
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