zaterdag 3 februari 2007

Lentezonnetje ... (1h39' - 16,25km - ghs155)

... in de winter ? In de late namiddag was 't alvast nog heel mooi weer en dus heb 'k er van geprofiteerd om er nog es 'n lap op te geven. Nou ja, een klein lapje dan want luid moet 'k nog niet roepen. Ik heb alvast geprobeerd m'n hartslag wat lager te krijgen. En dat kan je enkel doen door trager te gaan lopen ... logisch. Op een bepaald moment was 'k echter zo aan 't strompelen dat 't niet meer om aan te zien was. Thuisgekomen bleek 'k trouwens exact dezelfde gemiddelde hartslag te hebben als donderdagavond, een maat voor niks dus. Een trage duurloop aan 155 ... duidelijk nog niet zoals 't hoort. Het kan enkel beter, da's dan weer 't goeie eraan ...CU !

1 opmerking:

Faithful Soles zei

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