First outdoor run: University of ArizonaSeptember 12th 2006.
3.5 miles around the campus.
Claimed 7:09 min/mile pace.
First 10K: AidsWalkRunOctober 8th 2006.
First Marathon: Tucson MarathonDecember 10th 2006.
See report here
First download to Nike on September 13th.
Recovery treadmill run.
[Original data: warm-up 5 mins @ 3mph,
then run at 7:50 pace (7.5mph at 1% incline) for 15 mins,
2 minute walk break @ 3mph, 4 mins @ 7.5mph.
Cool-down: 4 mins @ 3mph.]
A canonical example of over-aggressive
smoothing being applied?
My first 10K under my belt.
Official time: 49:03
Outdoor running began a month prior to the event.
The 30 minute treadmill sessions began under 2 months prior.
See the training effect (trendline):
|(My first footpod was just tucked under the laces.
That worked for treadmill workouts but not for running outside.)
Around Randolph Park in Tucson. Run #4.
See the dips in pace?
I discovered the Apple/Nike footpod only reads around half speed when I transition to grass.
Data should be about a 8:30 min/mile pace.
|Saucony Omni Grid 4||9.5||730g|| |
|Mizuno Wave Elixir||9.5||574g||-21%|