Here's how MapMyRun graphs the hills:
run time: 26:24
run dist: 3 miles
avg. pace: 8:48/mi.
best pace: 6:54/mi.
Running Tips from CompleteRunning.com
Tip Two: Cotton socks will only lead to blisters; invest in socks designed for running.
I have special running socks and can vouch that this is a good idea. But I've also been in a couple of situations where, frankly, it didn't matter what kind of socks you gots.
bad example one:
In this photo, no socks could successfully repel water.
bad example two:
Here, my feet got so sweaty in a marathon, I should have brought about five pairs of extra socks to properly care for my feet.
Now that's a tip.
I thought we established from Chris' blog that posting pictures of feet, no matter what the situation, is a bad idea.
here in florida since we dont have hills, i do some hill workouts on the tredmill... if it is too cold out and you want to try them.. do this 1- 2 mile warm up. then 6-8 repeats of 3 minutes on a 4-6 % incline at a moderate pace then 2 minutes at 0-1% incline at a fast pace, then 1 mile cool down. You can adjust your incline according to your hill need and your speed also! I would much rather have a real hill but bridges get a bit boring to run back and forth over
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