… or the bad news?
The bad new is that my 12 x 400 metre run turned out to be only 4 x 400 metres.
The good news is that I went out and gave it a bash, even when I was feeling the weight of 100 excuses coming up behind me.
I had 30-45 minutes, but felt like doing a whole lot of nothing, so I applied the 10-Minute Rule.
90% of the time this leads to a full workout, and a great sense of accomplishment.
Today just felt blah, crap, heavy, sluggish and hard. Oh, and boring.
But here are the results, poor that they may be, for my run:
- Lap 1 2:35
- Lap 2 2:37
- Lap 3 3:14 (half lap walking break)
- Lap 4 2:50
Have you ever applied the 10 minute rule? Did you end up doing your full workout, or head home?