Anyway, the thing I learned was that I get sweaty when I stop running, it's not so bad when I'm actually running. But by the time I get home, I've melted. Who knew?! I'm also not that red, which is mildly disappointing because a red face means you've worked hard. And I did... but I don't have the red faced evidence. In fact, the only thing I've really learned is that I can see that my top gets saggier and saggier as I run, revealing sports bra loveliness as I go. Quality. And that was just about all my experiment revealed. My name is Sarah. And I am now officially a sports scientist. :o)
To be honest, I was also quite glad of the beep going off on my watch to take my picture because it meant I could stop and stretch! Cunning, huh?
Other things about my run? It was trails. It was nice. I earned myself one nettle sting. Two mosquito bites. And a fly up my nose.
AND MY KNEE DIDN'T HURT!!!! HOOOOOOORAYYYYYY!!!!!
I am now drinking the biggest celebratory cup of tea in the world. Even if my face isn't quite red enough.
Geeky stats stuff
|Avg Pace:||7:41 min/mi|
|Elevation Gain:||15 ft|