Do any of you feel as though these gadgets have helped improve your running? Whether it be training or races? Between Asthma and a completely torn ACL that will never be repaired, I know that I cannot become very fast but I want to try and improve my times to reach "my potential" on a more steady basis.
I feel like if I really see what I am doing at the time then maybe it would be a little more of a push say to run a bit faster so I make the time I would be aiming for.
And, I tend to start races too fast in the excitement. If I can see my pace from the beginning, maybe I can slow it down and leave something for the end. It seems a lot of runners pull it all out towards the end and I sometimes get to end and cannot possibly pull anything out.
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