Just one more waffer-thin mile…

Posted: 08/05/2012 in Uncategorized

So this morning was a nice short run, as it’s back to work. A nice short morning run is about 3 miles, up to the Lighthouse and back. Or is it?

I ran to the turning for the Lighthouse, and figured I wasn’t quite satisfied, so I headed up to Seaton Sluice. Arriving at the turn off down to the headland, it still wasn’t quite enough, so I tootled into Seaton Sluice and around the further headland. That felt about right. Back along the front and it was a lovely day.

Seems to me my short morning run is slowly morphing into a 10k – when did that start? Maybe it’s as the longer weekend runs ramp up, I don’t know, but it’s not long since 10k was a good long weekend run. Go figure.

Stats:

  • Distance: 6.12 miles
  • Time: 55’37.99
  • Av. pace: 9’13 /mile
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Comments
  1. It’s a great feeling when your previous long run distances become “a quick jog”. It’s like seeing the pace you used to consider “flat out sprinting” relegated to a gentle LSR pace.

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