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Hitting The Training Run Hard

Today was a short assessment training run, basically 12 minutes of giving it all you’ve got. It’s preceded by, and follows, a 5 minute warmup & cool down run respectively. I did an out-and-back while giving myself some distance for a final cool down walk to home. We’ll see what this means for my final target pace for the Groundhog Marathon.

I’m looking forward to representing Hope Water at the Groundhog Marathon again. My hope is to keep on target with the pace my training plan estimated and to complete it without having to walk. However, I’ve also considered intentionally doing walk/run intervals to ensure that overall I finish with a good time. We’ll see where I land.

Give water, give hope:

By Tim Nolte

A Christ-follower, husband, father, and WordPress Developer with Forum One.