Saturday, July 27, 2013

Let's get busy.

Armed with the understanding of the changes going on inside of me, plus the cooler temps and lower humidity;  I tied up my fears of a potential 'crash and burn' with a glass ribbon and tucked them somewhere out of sight. (no pun intended)

At first I thought I'd park my car at the track and run down through Glen Cove around Dosoris Pond, but decided to stay on a level, softer surface for my first run back after 2 weeks. Half the track was shaded, and the run was uneventful. I stretched afterward. I wasn't displeased with my performance. I'm not even going to say I wish I had run faster, or longer. I'm just glad I'm running. 







Runmeter Data
Magellan Data

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    1. Thank you, Russell.. it's time to get serious again!

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  2. Good run, I'm glad you are back to it. Nothing wrong with those split times either.

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  3. Awesome!! Big sigh of relief. Any run is better than NO run at all!

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    1. Indeed it is, sis.. Now I just need some patience to get back to where I was before all this stuff started.

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