30 Sep '13, 3pm

Growing more confident in my running!

Growing more confident in my running!

On Saturday last week I felt inspired after watching our team run at an invitational meet and wanted to run fast on Sunday for my own run. I didn’t know how fast I could run, and haven’t tried running hard since I have upped my mileage. I was shocked at my splits I finished off the run with a 4 miler and 8:30 pace felt fantastic. This week really showed me a lot with pushing myself to the limit. I worked hard on every run and didn’t make excuses for when I was tired and my legs were sore. I went to spin class on Monday morning, which was killer and then did a short 2 miler on Monday morning. Wednesday I did an early morning run of 6 miles, and in the afternoon I did a short 4 miler recovery run. I finished off the warm afternoon run with a frozen capri sun and my 6th grade tastebuds rejoiced. It was SO good. Thursday was a rest day and I have been back on the ice and foam ...

Full article: http://chicrunner.com/2013/09/8654/

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