Miles:
753 total / 91 in 2014
Goal:

5K 1: 6-6-12 (37:53) • 5K 2: 10-13-12 (37:54) • 5K 3: 4-28-13 (34:51) • 5K 4: 5-19-13 (__:__) GOAL: Run a 5K without walk breaks, regardless of pace

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  • 3 miles
  • 00:41 time
  • 13:42 pace
  • 329 calories
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  • 252 ft climb
  • 0 max hr
  • 0 avg hr
    • Currently /5 Effort.
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great Penn Pump Park, 3 Miles 3 mi 00:41 13:42 pace

I'm just gonna go ahead and say this is effing awesome. Best time on this route by several minutes (not really pushing time, but there you have it); accidentally did a Week 2 session instead of Week 1 (which is 1:30 run intervals instead of 1:00) and did the first 2 1:30 intervals fully before having to cut the rest short; and it was raining pretty steadily, so it felt really good to just look up and smile into the sky. Simple pleasures! :) Let me ask you runners something about the flow of your running motion: do you run with your hips, or with your thighs? When I was in marching band eons ago, the point was no never let your upper body move or twist or bounce, and all movement was done as a sort of glide from leg to leg: you never really had a chance to "rest" on your hips or butt muscles before your other leg took over. I'd noticed that I've been using this smooth leg-to-leg movement now that I feel stronger. Is this the proper way to run? Please let me know if I'm on the wrong track because it's a very different feeling than using hips to push from leg to leg. Feedback please! And good evening to you all, who are so inspiring in your posts. :) http://j.mp/K9ijNh.