Imperative sentence-

Imperative Sentence: A sentence that gives advice or instructions or that expresses a request. From the Latin, "command."

example: "Try running."

May 05, 2010

Solinsky 10k

6 miles yesterday. 4 miles today.

It's amazing what a couple days off in a row will do for your running. That and some motivation from watching Chris Solinsky set a new American record in the 10k.

When you start running 4:20 per mile, and you get 25 minutes in and think "Well, I better start winding down," so you finish with a 1:56 final 800 meters... that's when you know you have a knack for this running thang.
You may have wondered before "Am I cut out for this?" "Do I have what it takes?" "Should I just go back to school and get an Engineering degree and a steady 40hr/wk job?"
But once you race like that, you can be confident you chose the correct career.

Time to keep running. Warm weather = no excuses

1 comment:

  1. The announcers in that vid are epic! Plus the guy doesn't even look like he is running hard. He disgusts me.

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