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Miles Completed = 29.01
(Run/Walked = 29.01, Biked = 0.0, Elliptical = 0.0)

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Saturday, January 15, 2011

Consistent Pacing - 2011 WDW Half Marathon

Something that I've been working on is being more consistent mile to mile during long walks/runs. I think the treadmill helps me out a lot here because I can sort of set it and forget it. Here's an example of how it's helped.

Check out my mile splits for the 2011 WDW Half Marathon:
Mile 1-14:47
Mile 2-14:41
Mile 3-14:44
Mile 4-14:22
Mile 5-13:57
Mile 6-14:34
Mile 7-14:12
Mile 8-14:34
Mile 9-14:35
Mile 10-14:45
Mile 11-14:54
Mile 12-14:33
Mile 13-14:38

Now don't get me wrong, these are not times that are where I want them to be, but for me these are some of the most consistent times mile to mile for a half marathon that I've had to date. Keeping this consistency is something that I want to continue working on as I feel if I can maintain the pace throughout each mile it shows that I'm keeping my strength all the way through a race :)!

5 comments:

Rae! said...

Awesome!!! See I knew you could do it. All that hard work, then the Magic of Disney!

So, better numbers for next year? What numbers are you looking to do??

Feel better, I hope all you have is a head cold.

-Chris said...

Way to go, A. I, too, knew you had it in you. If you were able to finish the Goofy, imagine what you can accomplish if you really kick training in the rear -

Make 2011 a rockin' year.

Richard said...

Don't sell yourself short, you did an outstanding job. Few people can put out that kind of consistent pacing, especially knowing they still have a marathon to do the next day. You should be really proud of yourself for what you did!

MikeF. said...

That is awesome consistency on your pacing Amanda! I wish I could be that close on my per mile times!

Justin said...

The pace worked. You're a Goofy now. You should be proud.

My pace numbers, on the other hand, were all over the place. A testament to an inconsistent 2010.

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