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4/29/10 1:14 P

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What is your pace? Your siggy says you ran a 10k in 90 minutes, so roughly 15 minutes a mile? At this pace I would probably wear a hydration belt and bring some kindof energy gel/chew...If you are going to be doing a run of over 1 hr, it's something to consider.

The chill may be from sweat. Your body is making sure that you maintain a safe temperature. Having some water with you may help with that.

I dont have to stretch mid run but I do seem to get really warmed up and hit a good pace around mile 3...and then catch a 2nd wind around mile 10-12

Good luck on your future long runs :-)

Edited by: THEYORK6 at: 4/29/2010 (13:14)
1st race: Moes Better Half Marathon 2:26:00 3/7/2010

1st 10k - Capitol 10k 67:00 :-( 4/11/10


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4/28/10 5:43 P

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It seems like when I go over 7 miles, the entire run changes.
The biggest change is that I will start out needing to strip off extra layers but after about 6-7, I start getting cold no matter how hard i am running - Is this a hydration issue, its like my temp goes up then ultimately down.

I also seem to require a mid run (over 5 miles) stretch to go further, i seem to get really tight, is this normal? By stretching, I almost doubled my mileage.

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