Solo run this afternoon. Was getting fidgety at my desk, and everyone else went out for lunch. I decided recently that I'm going to try to get back into a practice of fasting on Wednesdays -- so I was running on a moderately empty tank today, and it felt great. I've been ramping up with my exercise, and I've been packing on some weight as well. Probably some combination of building a bit of muscle (spending some time at the climbing gym again, and spinning on the trainer at home) and working up an appetite and stuffing my face -- probably that latter more than the former.
Regardless -- I'm feeling pretty good these days. Average pace of 5'28" for this run is pretty good, I feel -- and that's with some walking breaks in there to recover from the faster segments. Aiming to get as close to an average 5'00"/km pace for my 10k race at the end of April. Just gotta stay disciplined.
You have uploaded 51 running activities, and 16 of them have been of similar distances (within 10 percent)! Here are your 5-fastest running activities of a similar distance:
- CIBC Run for the Cure - 2018 - 5.094km @ 05:10 min/km pace.
- Lunchtime Stress Management - 5.024km @ 05:12 min/km pace.
- Spring Chicken - 4.704km @ 05:28 min/km pace.
- Solo Lunch Run - A Bit Quicker - 4.878km @ 05:34 min/km pace.
- Sunday Runday - 4.552km @ 05:44 min/km pace.
Over these 16 similar activities, you have travelled approximately 77.81 kms at an average pace of roughly 6:16 min/km!
Looks like you went a bit faster than usual this time! Nice work!0.000 SBD | 0 | 0 |
Nice man! Could never fast for a day, love food too much0.017 SBD | 2 | 1 |
Ahaha yeah I hear you there. Fasting is actually surprisingly easier than I thought it would be -- and it actually kind of makes me appreciate food a bit more. Especially with the increased exercise I've been doing recently, it makes me put a bit more thought into what I'm eating; Plus I enjoy it a bit more because I start to feel actually hungry, rather than just eating because I'm bored or snacky.0.000 SBD | 0 | # |