Wait if you're crushing on Pre while watching without limits that means you're attracted to Jared Leto portraying Prefontaine... so does that make you attracted to both? :O haha jk both are gorgeous so who cares...
I've being eating reasonably good and running this past week and I've gained 3 pounds. Wtf?? ;( ;( I feel like crap. All the training for nothing?
its probably muscle! or you’ve been eating more than you think you have. it also could depend on the time of day you weigh yourself. if you weigh yourself in the morning you’ll weigh less than weighing yourself at night (after you’ve eaten)
whats you 800m PR? 5K PR? How long have you been running?
i actually haven’t run an 800m race, because this is my first year of track and i can’t run for another month! my 5k PR is 24:55. and i ran my first 5K in 3rd grade, but i started running on the cross country team in 7th grade. (i’m now in 9th grade)
Hey! Amazing blog, and you are truly beautiful. I really love and enjoy running, and I was just wondering what is track and cross country? and what is the difference? Do you have any tips for us wanting tp become better runners? Did you like set any goals in the beginning? in that case, can you share them with us? :) thank you so much for inspiring me <3 xx
thank you! cross country is a sport where all of runners run the same distance, and they run in the woods, on grass, through fields, and other terrains. track consists of races with different distances than can be from 55m-5000m. (i’m not sure if it goes any higher, but it probably does) track also includes hurdles, throwing, and running.
tips to become a better runner: it really depends on whether you’ll be sprinting or running long-distance! i only run distance (even in track) so i only know ways to improve as a distance runner. some thing to do are: log more miles, aim to run faster, fartleks, and other interval training.
some examples of goals i set were: a 5 mile run, a 10 mile run, and then time goals for each of my runs. i also wanted to run 6/7 days a week.
“When I’m out on a long run, the only thing that matters is finishing the run. For once, my brain isn’t going bleh-bleh-bleh all the time. Everything quiets down, and the only thing going on is pure flow. It’s just me and the movement and the motion. That’s what I love—just being a barbarian, running through woods.”—Jenn Shelton