Did my 3k walk again, I seemed to have reopened my heel wound again and left some blood stains on my duvet last night and my heel hurts a little when I walk on it. I can still run on it, though.
I’m on call for the first time since quarantine and lockdown started so decided to run just after finishing work.
Got half way around then got beeped by the office, messing up my pace, even though it wasn’t an incident.
Still, in the time I had been running, according to Strava, I had averaged a 5:57 pace.
Another walk today in between rain and snow showers, and while we have workers outside out flat trying to fix a leaky mains.
Missed logging this yesterday. Another walk day — didn’t want to risk re-opening my wound. Seems okay for today though (Sunday)
I took my socks off after my exercise and I somehow managed to cut my heel…
Day 4, and decided to take it easy for a Friday and decided to walk the 3km I have been doing instead.
Day 3 in quarantine training. 2.97 km in 16:50, pace 5:39 min/km, and 0:02 min/km faster than the run 2 days ago, although I didn’t really feel I worked as hard as two days ago. Strange.
Day 2 of quarantined training. Went the other way around my same route, and got a slightly lower distance count for some reason…..
Ran at 5:34 min/km pace overall, with PB on this route at 5:26 min/km.
Being quarantined up does have it’s benefits I guess, being forced to do stuff you never got a chance to do.
3.18 km in 5:41 min/km, which isn’t too bad considering my best time 5:24 min/km
London is in semi-lockdown right now with only a few valid reasons for someone to leave the house, such as exercise, work (where remote work isn’t possible), providing medical care to a vulnerable person, shopping for essential goods, or for other medical reasons.
Ran through my local park today, to the sound of Eurobeat. The pace was fairly comfortable, and fast enough that I got an average pace of 5:40 min/km
Wasn’t breaking any records with this run, but I was reminded with _annoying_ effectiveness, why I dislike running through the park: groups.
Having to slow down, stop, or run onto the waterlogged grass (waterlogged due to Storms Ciara, Dennis, and Jorge) because the groups are hogging the path is _really_ annoying, especially if you’re trying to keep a specific pace.