The little fist of fury

June 25, 2018

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Member Since:

Jan 04, 2018

Gender:

Male

Goal Type:

Local Elite

Running Accomplishments:

2:38 in the St. George marathon

Short-Term Running Goals:

Run a sub 2:30 marathon

Long-Term Running Goals:

Become a lifelong runner, and eventually a xc coach

Personal:

I'm a student at BYU, I love being active and living life to the fullest

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Miles:This week: 0.00 Month: 153.70 Year: 1019.10
Altra Provision Lifetime Miles: 402.80
Adidas Zero Lifetime Miles: 159.10
Aasics GT 2000 (blue) Lifetime Miles: 465.40
Solstice Lifetime Miles: 13.70
Duo Lifetime Miles: 43.20
IQ Lifetime Miles: 31.60
Altra Superior Lifetime Miles: 28.60
Escalante Racer Lifetime Miles: 30.50
Torin 3.5 Lifetime Miles: 11.70
King MT 1.5 Lifetime Miles: 8.00
Slow milesFast milesTotal Distance
3.005.008.00

It was a good tempo run today. Started with a mile warm up, then started out. The goal was to go 4 miles at just under 6 minute pace, after that the plan was to just see how I felt for the next two miles. Going out, the first 3 miles of tempo felt great, then when I turned around, there was a stiff headwind, that I of course didn't notice when it was at my back. I fought through it for a mile, and finished the tempo run with an average pace of 5:56. I just jogged the next mile, then I did one more mile at tempo pace mostly just focusing on being mentally strong into the wind. I ran that mile at just under 6 minutes as well. It was a good workout, I defiantely need to do more things like this. I was a little dissapointed in my mental strength during the initial tempo run, but I'll work on it, good things are coming!

Duo Miles: 8.00
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