good job on the 4 seconds. Is that a total of 19 sprints? yer killin' me Bonnie!!! you know I would have had to do one more to make it an even 20.Bonnie wrote:this is the first time I've hit 4 seconds, means my hamstring/glut strain is healing ?..Still tight but not painful enough to stop me
okay. whew! lolBonnie wrote:Lynne technically I did do 20, however the first time the time drops off, even by 1 second, its time to quit, so number twenty fell to 5 seconds
Most likely a chip timer, automatically records your start and finish time when you cross over the start mat - some of them even record split times, or mile times.Bonnie wrote:The bib has a time thing attached, which I will let them use, just to see eh.
"never run the day before a race" - it's like a law or something for runners... I wouldn't recommend doing sprints the day before a race. But I know you said this race isn't about racing for you, but still...won't your legs be tired? I would let Sat. be a rest day, so your legs are fresh for that 6 mile run. just sayin'... whatever you decide, I know you will be fine. And your dad would be proud.Bonnie wrote:Have a great weekend everyone, sprinting tomorrow & lake run Sunday, I'm set
haha, that's because they been sliding down the back of our legs for years now... and that's not the only things going flat......bwahahahaha!Bonnie wrote:Hard to believe how flat ones gluts become at this age
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