I chose a loop for my route today. Two sections of it are on trails, and two sections are on asphalt. I figured it would be a nice way to mix things up.Unfortunately, the trail sections were a muddy mess. But it worked out okay.
The total distance was just a little shy of 5.5 miles. I went easy on the pace and planned in a few 90 second walk breaks. I was happy to see that the last two run sections were a bit faster than the first two. I always like it when I feel strong at the end.
This is what the splits graph looks like with the walk sections broken out separately.
Yay for Christmas break!ReplyDelete
I'm planning on running this afternoon around the neighborhood - nothing far, nothing fast. Just having a good enjoyable run and soak it all up!
Enjoy the break!
Yard work???? That would be snow removal in my part of the country. I'm wishing that I had this work week off.... Enjoy.ReplyDelete
great start indeed! Enjoy your week off!ReplyDelete
Enjoy your week off - great way to start things off!ReplyDelete
Hope you have a great week off! Way to get up and get your run done.ReplyDelete
Monday means something totally different when it's the start to a week off, doesn't it? I had the same approach to my day off: Start with a run.ReplyDelete
Great run! Guess what tomorrow is... the 21st! Which means the days are only going to get longer!ReplyDelete
Yard work? I am watching it snow outside my window! Enjoy your week off!ReplyDelete
fantastic start! enjoy your break =)ReplyDelete
best way to start a week is that run.ReplyDelete
i missed mine this AM.....but hope to pound something out this week.
Nothing better than a start with an early morning run. Enjoy your week at home!ReplyDelete
Awesome that you have the week off. Enjoy it!ReplyDelete
enjoy the time offReplyDelete
Good work but...hit those HILLS!ReplyDelete
yay for good starts!ReplyDelete
No better way to start off a week than with a run!ReplyDelete
Merry Christmas to you and your family Lisa!ReplyDelete