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Personal Best Woggle 5k - Practice Run

Thursday, July 25, 2013

Just walk/jogged = woggled my 5k (loop) in preperation for my 5k race on Saturday i PR my time was 52;37 this race i'll be doing has a 278 elevation gain my hill hear was 258 so felt my lungs were burning (sinus infection) thought i was going to die just as i was cresting the hill and reaching my first mile (my boss and my best friend - say SUCK IT UP & WALK IT OFF) I just repeated those words and man felt good when i hit the top was extremly proud took me 20 mins and my goal was to stay at 54-55 mins considering i reinjured my groin and just got the clearance i was excited that i was feeling good at this point i walked and jogged intervals woggle is what i call it i was told to keep the jogging a light one which i did but i could go longer distances i would say i'm going to jog to that tree and would get to it and kept going if i could if not would walk fast by mile 2 completed i was still feeling good and knew i had it started woggling more this was the part that was the straight away my last 1/4 mile was hard but i kicked it up i got my personal record tonight i am so proud of myself this was big i was acutally scared of this 5k coming up since all i could do was walk up and til friday and then with my sinus infection i haven't trained as much til yesterday and today and started light yesterday. This was awesome it was my day to prove i could.. Bring on Saturday's race ican do it!! emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon
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  • -COURT-
    Good luck on Saturday, You can do it!!!! Hope your sinus don't pop up to surprise you. Take whatever you need to to keep it at bay.
    1697 days ago
  • RD03875
    Way to go!~ You CAN do it! I will be thinking of you Saturday!
    1698 days ago
    1698 days ago
    I love your "Woggle" term. Never heard that before. Good luck on your 5k this Saturday! I'm training for one in October. emoticon
    1698 days ago
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