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  • 10 miles
  • 01:26 time
  • 08:20 pace
  • 1620 calories
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  • 1935 ft climb
  • 0 max hr
  • 0 avg hr
    • Currently /5 Effort.
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good Willeo/Roswell Riverside 10.25 mi 01:26 08:20 pace

76 deg 88% humidity@start 82 deg 76% Humidity@end. Got a later start after watching the Women's marathon. Wow! Just wanted to get 10 in and started out well but around mile 6, my hamstring started feeling a little tight so I slowed the pace. Saw Bill K. out there this morning. Today helped to reinforce the concept that the best training is injury-free training. Hope everyone has a great day! Splits were:8:23, 8:05, 8:10, 8:03, 7:51, 8:14, 8:21, 8:52, 8:37, 8:45, and 8:58/mi pace for the last 1/4 mile.

  • Tracy S.
    Tracy S.

    You needed to have injury free reinforced? Crazy Sang-bot ;)

    about 2 years ago Like4 people

  • Tabatha H.
    Tabatha H.

    Way to listen to your body! I'm with Tracy...your new name is
    Sang-bot! You're a machine!

    about 2 years ago Like2 people

  • Danica L.
    Danica L.

    I hope the hammie feels better. Great run!!

    about 2 years ago Like1 person

  • Sang Y.
    Sang Y.

    @Tracy well not that injury free is necessary but that I can't always push the pace and need to slow down some.

    about 2 years ago Like4 people

  • Christine N.
    Christine N.

    Great run and good job listening to your body!

    about 2 years ago Like1 person

  • Dave N.
    Dave N.

    Fantastic work, Sang!

    about 2 years ago Like1 person

  • Bill K.
    Bill K.

    Great to see you out there. I agree, injury free! Baby that hammy a little. I bent one last october and it takes a while. The ice bath really helps.

    about 2 years ago Like1 person

  • Dale T.
    Dale T. Hi-five
    Hi-five:

    Great job on the run Sang... Hope the hanstring feels better :-) Nice work!

    about 2 years ago

  • Jamie B.
    Jamie B.

    Nice job! And even seeing fellow DM'ers out there!

    about 2 years ago Like1 person

  • Frank A.
    Frank A.

    Take care of that hammy before it gets worse - nice run!

    about 2 years ago Like1 person

  • Terri C.
    Terri C.

    Great job listening to your body, Sang-bot!

    about 2 years ago Like1 person

  • Michael
    Michael

    Great job, 'slow' or not!

    about 2 years ago Like1 person

  • Thomas G.
    Thomas G.

    Great 10 miles!

    about 2 years ago Like1 person

  • Tanoa M.
    Tanoa M.

    great job in all that humidity! You need to be careful with that hammy!

    about 2 years ago Like

  • Gozling
    Gozling

    fantastic job today!!! Hope the hammy quiets down!

    about 2 years ago Like2 people

  • Sarah C
    Sarah C

    Excellent run, Sang! Every runner needs a little reminder to tread lightly sometimes.

    about 2 years ago Like1 person

  • Emily B.
    Emily B.

    Good job listening to your body and slowing down a bit

    about 2 years ago Like1 person

  • Tiffany G.
    Tiffany G.

    Great run!! Keep at it!

    about 2 years ago Like

  • Rachel
    Rachel

    Your body knows best - great job listening! Keep up the great work!

    about 2 years ago Like

  • Kelly L.
    Kelly L.

    Nice job adjusting to your body Sang. Hope your hamstring feels better!

    about 2 years ago Like

  • Isaac M.
    Isaac M.

    The women's marathon was fun to watch! A great last few miles. I agree that injury free training is the best way to go!

    about 2 years ago Like

  • Tanya D.
    Tanya D.

    Way to listen to your body and nice run.

    about 2 years ago Like

  • Sarah W.
    Sarah W.

    Nice run, Sang! You're right, injury free training is ALWAYS best! You seem to have done a great job staving off injury so far, so keep doing whatever you're doing because it's working great!

    about 2 years ago Like

  • Wanda
    Wanda

    Good job listening to your body, Sang. Take care of that hammy!

    about 2 years ago Like

  • Hill
    Hill

    Great job Sang!

    about 2 years ago Like

  • Peneloperae

    Great run Sang and a good attitude on staying injury free. All the best with that hamstring.

    about 2 years ago Like

  • Mark E.
    Mark E.

    Good solid run, Sang. Take care of that hammie!

    about 2 years ago Like

  • Steve Shep
    Steve Shep

    Superb work Sang...way to be smart w/the hammie too man!

    about 2 years ago Like1 person

  • Arleen C.
    Arleen C.

    Nice! Rollin' and stretchin'?

    about 2 years ago Like1 person

  • David G.
    David G.

    Nice run and good adaptivity on the fly Sang!

    about 2 years ago Like1 person

  • Susan S.
    Susan S.

    Good job, Please stay injury free cause if you got hurt who would we all aspire to be like then??

    about 2 years ago Like2 people

  • Runningcorgi
    Runningcorgi

    You're so right, Sang. Injury free training is the best one. Awesome run!

    about 2 years ago Like1 person

  • Middalia W.
    Middalia W.

    Smart running! I agree with your statement that the best running is injury free running, I have made the mistake of ignoring the warning signs to many times.

    about 2 years ago Like1 person

  • Gail N.
    Gail N.

    Great job managing the run to stay injury-free, Sang! I watched the women too. My heart broke for Shelane and Kara, but I'm glad they came in one right after the other and could hug at the end. I'm sure the rain did not make for the best of race conditions. Watching them definitely inspired me! P.S. That Russian girl weighed 88 pounds - wow.

    about 2 years ago Like1 person

  • Jennifer B.
    Jennifer B.

    Great run !

    about 2 years ago Like

  • Brenda B.
    Brenda B.

    "best training is injury-free training" ~ Yes it is!!! Nice work on your run today!

    about 2 years ago Like

  • Mel Z.
    Mel Z.

    Injury free is the best. The other one sucks. Wonder how much the Kenyans weigh?

    about 2 years ago Like1 person

  • Mel Z.
    Mel Z.

    Ok, 88 pounds is 39.9 kg. Aussie girls, the marathoner from Russia weighs 39.9 kg!! Wow.

    about 2 years ago Like

  • Sang Y.
    Sang Y.

    @Mel I bet less than half of what I weigh

    about 2 years ago Like

  • Brie
    Brie

    Great run today Sang! Glad you slowed it down a bit and listened to your body (even though I think you're still pretty darn quick at your slow pace). Injury free is totally one of my "goals" on here. Definitely the way to go ;)

    about 2 years ago Like1 person

  • Sang Y.
    Sang Y.

    My right leg weighs more than that!

    about 2 years ago Like

  • Sarah
    Sarah

    Nice run! Hope you get the hammy taken care of.

    about 2 years ago Like

  • Derek S.
    Derek S.

    Way to gut it out, Sang!

    about 2 years ago Like1 person

  • James D.
    James D.

    great run and miles,good you were listening to your body

    about 2 years ago Like1 person