10km - 00:47:48 - 04:47/km avec une photo qui ne date pas du tout de aujourd'hui 🙈
Il y a des séances avec et des séances sans, et c'était un run sans aujourd'hui. J'avais la motivation et la tête qui va avec, et heureusement, parce que c'est ma tête qui m'a fait tenir.
C'est la séance que je redoute le plus, je change d'allure tous les 1km, donc en partant de l'EF, jusqu'au max où j'explose littéralement. Je ne sais pas si ça existe quelque part ce truc, mais ça existe une fois par semaine chez moi; c'est la séance qui me fait peur chaque semaine, que je vois sur mon agenda, que je redoute. Ce genre de séances qui décoiffent 😂
PC: @runningterritory | Follow @RunningTerritory for more. Power It goes without saying that power plays a critical role in speed; however, it is rarely the MOST powerful sprinter that wins the race. Elite sprinting requires that the sprinter not only produce high amounts of force, but also produce it in the optimal amount of time, and align it in the optimal direction. As it relates to our key words (as an efficient retrieval of a technical concept), POWER is important only during early acceleration - when time on the ground is in excess of time in the air. Once flight time exceeds ground-contact time (in most elite sprinters, somewhere around the 6th-9th steps), the word POWER is no longer effective, and we should move on to words that more accurately describe our technical objective for the remainder of the run. However, because the speed reached in the initial steps highly correlates with the speed reached at maximum velocity, it is important that the athlete maximize this portion of the run. POWER is a word that resonates with most athletes - and when they have the TIME required to feel a horizontal push (during initial acceleration), POWER is most useful in reminding the athlete of the specific objective and feel. (📷: @fingermash 🏃🏻♀️: @allisonstokke) ------------ 🏃♂️ Curated by: @runner.without.a.cause ------------ #runforfun#instarunner#instarun#runforlife#runnerscommunity#runners#happyrunner#instarunners#runnersworld#runhappy#runnerslife#runninggirl#runtoinspire#loverunning#worldrunners#runs#instarunning
Thankful for this healthy obsession. Thankful for a reason to wake up at 4 am and just be before the world wakes up. Thankful for the friends I have made through this community. Thankful for the ability to compete against myself. Thankful for a good reason to regularly shop at lululemon. Thankful for the places it takes me to race. Thankful for the time it gives me with God. Thankful for the sunrises I get to see. Thankful for the daily reminder that I can do hard things. Thank you, running. 🙌🏼🦃🍁🏃🏼♀️
Too much going on to try and get outside in the cold, so I took it to the elliptical. This machine sat in my bedroom, unused, for over 4 years, until I finally ordered a replacement electrical cord 😂. I should probably start using it more often. My legs are jello! HAPPY THANKSGIVING! 🦃🍁🍽