It was a beautiful summer day today–sunny and 27C. Probably the last summer day we’ll have that is this warm. It’s all showers and snowstorms after this.
Or at least the high teens and low 20s for the next few weeks.
It was a nice day for a walk.
My left foot felt a little creaky heading out. It doesn’t really feel like the plantar fasciitis of yore, so maybe the foot is just perpetually dumb now. Maybe I can get it encased in titanium.
As I walked and then ran it did feel better and seems to have warmed up to a state that is more or less fine.
The run part went well, with both km coming in under the six-minute mark. The premature exit came when I doubled back to round out the second km and instantly ended the workout–because that’s what I do at the end of a run, and I’ve been running more than walking lately. But I still had 1.6 km to go. Whoops. So I started a second walk, and you get double the stats, but not really double the fun.
My pace was even zippier than last time, though if you add it to the extra 1.6 km it probably works out about the same. I’m not using any extra math to find out, though.
Interestingly, my heart rate is higher after the running parts–probably due to the stairs and hills I climb near the end. At least, I hope that’s what it is.
Walk 56 Average pace: 8:01/km Location: Brunette River trail Distance: 6.01 km Time: 48:16 Weather: Sunny Temp: 27ºC Humidity: 42% Wind: light BPM: 122 Weight: 177.6 pounds Total distance to date: 427.92 km Devices: Apple Watch Series 5, iPhone 12
Walk 56b Average pace: 9:09/km Location: Brunette River trail Distance: 1.60 km Time: 14:41 Weather: Sunny Temp: 27ºC Humidity: 42% Wind: light BPM: 131 Weight: 177.6 pounds Total distance to date: 429.52 km Devices: Apple Watch Series 5, iPhone 12