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March 2020

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Location:

Orem,UT,United States

Member Since:

Mar 25, 2020

Gender:

Male

Goal Type:

NCAA Champ

Running Accomplishments:

High school bests

Track:

800m: 2:02 (altitude - 4500 feet)

1600m: 4:26 (altitude - 4500 feet)

3200m: 9:27 (altitude - 4500 feet)

Cross Country:

3 mile: 15:14 (altitude - 4500 feet)

5k: 16:04 (footlocker west)

Miles:This week: 4.30 Month: 20.90 Year: 41.90
Total Distance
21.00
Total Distance
3.40

I ran this one with Alex. We averaged a 7:39 pace. It felt smooth. 

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Total Distance
3.50

I ran this one with Ashley, we averaged 8:19 pace. It felt fine and I did an 8 min ab workout afterwards. I want to pick up the pace on these upcoming runs though. 

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Total Distance
4.10

Averaged a 7:02 mile pace. This one was a bit faster, I ran solo. I had to focus on staying relaxed and I had to focus a lot on my breathing to keep it balanced and steady. It felt good to open up more though. Followed with 8 minutes of core.

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Total Distance
3.60

Averaged 7:08 mile pace today, but it felt easier to control my breathing than yesterday did. There was a good hill I ran up the last half mile on 400 south coming in but I didn't run it hard, I just tried to stay relaxed. Today felt good. 

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Total Distance
3.30

Averaged a 7:10 pace today. My legs felt heavy today but my breathing felt fine. 8 minutes of core afterwards. 

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Total Distance
3.10

7:35 pace. This one felt pretty relaxed. 8 min of core after. 

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Total Distance
21.00
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