Morning Run: Longing for it

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steevc just finished a 9.32km run, that lasted for 54 minutes.
This run helped steevc burn 675.0 calories.


Description from Strava:

As I said yesterday I have been feeling I need to get back into a routine that clocks up more distance each week, including a longer run on a Sunday. This was an attempt at that, but I was not sure how far I could go.

It did feel hard, despite not being very quick. It was more about duration than pace anyway. For a change I ran the loop clockwise. Either way will involve a climb up to Fairfield. I walked a few stretches. I will try to keep doing variations on this and get back to running it all. I used to go much further on a Sunday and need to find that fitness again.

I passed my friend Graeme in Stotfold as he went the other way. I can see on Strava that we went a bit further.

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If you would like to check out this activity on strava you can see it here:
https://www.strava.com/activities/7712763124

About the Athlete: Older guy trying to keep fit, but still hope to go quicker.

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You're smashing your training at the moment and getting stronger every day.
For the month of August 2022, the Strava2Hive leader board will be determined by "calories burned"!

This Weeks Leader Board(Top 5):

  1. @michelmake - 5670.0 Calories Burned
  2. @run.vince.run - 3581.0999999999995 Calories Burned
  3. @buzzgoblin - 3434.0 Calories Burned
  4. @alzee - 3052.0 Calories Burned
  5. @dannewton - 3027.0 Calories Burned
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Very Impressive dude.You always maintain regularity. It's the key to success. You regular post about running gives me reminder that I should also start it cause my belley is pumping everyday a little bit. So early work out with just help of running can shape it back to normal.😂😂

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If I can motivate a few people to get active then that's a big bonus. I just do what's good for me and enjoy posting about it.

!BEER

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Hey @steevc, that looks impressive, I always envy people who can run for a long distance. As to me, I think I am doing something wrong, because I get out of breath and sometimes have a feeling that my lung is in fire. Instead I love walking, last time we walked 24 km staring 10Am and arrived at 3PM. That was exhausting, especially for my feet. But very satisfying :)

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24km is impressive too. Running needs higher heart rates and you have to get used to it. Always have to build up gradually.

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@bingbabe just took me out on a grueling 5k, almost died. Not used to it anymore, and probably never will.

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We need photos of the two of you after that! You just have to keep at it.

!BEER

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