Snow, snow, snow..
Not that I’ve ever run in high heels (that would be a sight), but I can imagine parts of todays run could feel a little similar. It snowed all night and all day and then a little more. The snow laid as a thick, smooth 5-10 cm high layer when I decided to go out running in the lunchtime. Well, actually I didn’t decide then, I decided one and a half year ago and since then I’ve done it. Sometimes I wonder if one can be too stubborn. A day like this. But I wouldn’t want to analyze myself – I probably wouldn’t like what dark secrets I would find 😉
Anyway, I plowed myself through the deep snow. I tried to run in the tire-tracks, but it was to slippery. The snow got packed under my heels. Why only there I don’t know – maybe because of my mid-foot strike. After some more strides it dropped and started to pack once more…
On top of that the heart rate monitor messed with me again. And this time I strapped myself up like a brought down calf. It was also good cleaned, the watch has a brand new battery and I even usually wet the surfaces in between to increase the contact. So.. Unless it’s the battery in the heart rate monitor I will have to take a serious talk with Garmin.. 😉 Or.. Are you supposed to expect that behaviour from such a device?
Well, my data wasn’t so good today, both because of the device and all the snow..
Day 16, 2nd build up
1hr easy with last 15min of 1hr at 65% effort
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