So in early January, I could only do 3 pull ups but since then I’ve been trying to increase my reps and after about 1.5 months of training, I can do 10+. My goal is to be able to do 25 straight in the next 6 months or so.
Goal is 3:30:00.
Trying to buy a Kindle 3G before I go on my cruise tomorrow morning. So far it looks like all the stores are sold out… tried Target, Best Buy and Staples (I never knew they were selling them).
5 minutes, 25 seconds.
First lap 1:15 (75s)
Second lap 2:35 (80s)
Third lap 4:00 (85s)
Fourth lap 5:25 (85s)
Conditions: 30 degrees, light wind
Since I’ve been training mostly for distance, it’s not too bad of a mile time. I guess I’ll have to do more speed work next year to really knock that time down. Funny how I ran a 4:58 when I was 15 years old…
Ran a mile time trial yesterday at the track yesterday. It was pretty windy and I was still pretty stiff from the other day’s 5K. I started the day wanting to do a 7 mile run but after my first mile (7:32) it started sprinkling and that combined with the cold was not something I wanted to put myself in for an hour since I didn’t want to possibly get sick from running in this weather. I’ve been really curious about my mile time since the half-marathon results and decided to just go for it.
First lap was 1:22
Second lap was 1:20
Third lap was 1:28
Fourth lap was 1:20
I’m definitely happy with that time given all the training I’ve done since May of this year and I figure I could probably shave off 5-10 seconds if conditions were better and I wasn’t as stiff. Earlier this summer, around mid-July, I did a mile time trial and clocked in at 5:44. I have to say that the Garmin watch has really improved my running times since I can pace myself better and it’s a good way to push yourself if you’re running slower than you thought you were.
I’ll probably do another one this week… hopefully it’s not too cold.