Imperative sentence-

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

example: "Try running."

April 22, 2017

What am I doing?? 4/10-4/16

7 in 56:30
6 in 48:36 (3 miles easy, then ladder step down: .75, .50, .35. Each at 5:52 pace with equal distance recovery at 9:00 pace)
4 in 31:00
6 in 50:45
12 in 1:46:57
5 in 37:30

First 40 mile week wasn't too bad.. tough on an Easter weekend with plenty of other priorities, but I felt decent through the 12 miler and then actually felt great for the Sunday 5 miler to close out the week. I'm probably doing more mileage than I should, all things considered (meaning, my lack of running for several years until Dec. 2016), but I've tried to take it slow enough to avoid injury. This has worked in the past: I can add more mileage if I can keep it slow. The new element this time around has been the extensive use of the treadmill (5 of 6 runs most weeks). We'll see how that pans out eventually.

This may sound strange, but even after nearly 4 months of running consistently, I've only now just started to think about different goals. I better sign up for a race or do a time trial soon gauge where I'm at fitness-wise.

2 comments:

  1. Sorry, who took over this blog? All this running doesn't make any sense.

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  2. Must have got hacked. The real me is starting up a different blog: TryCheddarPringles.blogspot.com... mmm I had some over the weekend and they did not disappoint.

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