In the words of the D-Generation X theme: Break it down. Compared with Monday's run, this one looks a fair bit bumpier perhaps suggesting I wasn't as consistant in my pace or maybe it's just that the previous run was affected by the long dip at the end when I forgot to hit "End Workout" on the iPod and so simplified the graph a bit. I can't know for sure but based on the fact that the Week One runs are as bumpy as this latest one I'd say the reason is the latter.
I had a wee surprise when I finished today: some lady came through my headphones to tell me I'd achieved a new Personal Best for the mile of 8'41". Nice one! (I'm sure I can beat this easily but not without keeling over at 1.1 miles.) Also my average pace was 5'32"/km which is pretty consistant with my performances so far. You may have noticed on the most recent graphs that playlists have started to appear. They didn't before because I was just running with Shuffle but I'm trying to get some tunes that really push you when you think you can't go much further, and I'd love any suggestions you have so check out the playlists so far at The Tunes then suggest some via The Wire.
I'm trying to make the most of the experience so far, hence the blog and shiny graphics, because it won't be long until I have to start studying again for the August diet of exams that I missed in January. I don't know how much time I'll have during this because I'll be pretty much re-teaching myself material for four or five classes in the space of a month, but I'll try and get some updates on and even if I don't, I'll make sure I'm still running.
So until next time, get trawling through those playlists of yours and send some belters my way!