Yes, I know, this is my 3rd post today. I'm home alone with free access to my computer, and not for work, so whaddyagonnado?
I just got back in from my run. ~70 degrees. slightly breezy. a bit of a drizzle, just enough to keep me cool -- I had to strip off the LS tech shirt at mile 2. Lots of good Texas oxygen, which is a change from the thin Denver air. That's a good thing apparently, because on the 4th of my 4 miles, I clocked this:
Yes, people. Not 9 and change. No. 8. Eight. 8. I literally whooped at the end of the street when I stopped the Garmin and saw that reading. My old mile PR of 9:15 has been broken, smashed and stomped on.
Just for kicks, and because my frozen dinner lunch hasn't beeped yet, here's my splits:
Mile 1 -- 9:45
Mile 2 -- 9:43
Mile 3 -- 9:39
Mile 4 -- 8:59
Total time for 4 miles: 38:08.