Another good run

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Today's run was also decent, with negative splits again. (Splits were 8:55, 17:33, 26:08, 34:17). My overall pace was faster than yesterday, but I didn't really feel like I was pushing myself. The hills felt a little harder, but I think that's probably because I haven't been doing a lot of hills lately. I will need to work on them before Twin Cities.

I got most of May and some of April moved into the archives this morning. I think I like TypePad so far, even if I can't figure out how to add plain text to the sidebar, or how to include SiteMeter code. I like the category idea, but am still trying to figure out what good categories are. I'll probably continue to play with that feature. I've moved my PRs into the "about me" page, and I decided to not bother trying to find a place to update the yearly/lifetime distance stats. I include the yearly mileage with my weekly reports in the training log summary, and can start including the lifetime miles. Updating the sidebar every day was kind of a pain anyway.

Not much else going on here. I think I want to get new shoes soon; mine feel kind of non-cushy in the forefront.

61 degrees | wind 9 MPH | humidity 93%
4.05 miles | 34:45 | 8:34/mi.

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Tue 7/6/2004 12:16 PM

Hey Marisa! I like the new look, and the new colors. I did have a question for you, if you have a minute. I've been using the Forerunner for just a few days now, and today I noticed that even when I was logging 9:30 miles or so, whenever I glanced at the Forerunner it said my pace was more like 10:30. The moment by moment pace never seemed accurate compared to what I was getting as an overall pace for each mile... I mean, it almost -always- showed a 10+ minute pace, and all my miles except one were under 10 minutes! Any ideas? It just sucked, because I would speed up thinking I was going too slow, and then when it told my pace for the entire mile it ended up being too fast for what I wanted to do!

Wed 7/7/2004 2:51 PM

I'm still trying to work on my hill running. It's a huge mental obstacle for me.