I said to myself " You've run for twenty minutes - this is only five minutes more, so just get on with it!) and so I did, my pace and breathing were fine with very little in the way of aches and pains - so far so good
I can't say that the minutes "flew" by but it didn't seem to drag on either - a good variety of music helps - I find.
When I increased my pace for the last minute or so (to the Bee Gees "Staying Alive") I was pleasantly surprised at how easy that was, come the end of the run - I felt that I still had plenty left in the tank - bodes well.
Stats for the running/jogging session are...
3.70 Km in 25.07 minutes with an average speed of 8.82 kph........is that good or bad?
Really looking forward to Thursday's run.
Hi Feegle we always say don't do comparisons because we all start off from a different place, be it fitness, weight, lung capacity etc... so if you take it as recorded you are not far off doing 5kms in 30 minutes. Cos you have just done about 4.5 kms in 30. That's good I would say! Pre graduation very good
Point taken, I'll go sit in the corner now
That's long enough in the corner......go to go running later
Wasn't a telling off... just sayin' it's hard to tell but you did great, really truly great.
Not a problem, it's nice to use stats to know where you stand though, if I can now use these stats to improve even a little bit - I'll be happy
I think that truly great is an exaggeration, I'll settle for "It was a good run"