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Tag Archives: Running
It was a good run today. After the 11 km run I did 10 surya namaskar. I found Sankey loop is approximately 3.2 km. If I touch all the corners. Today was the 2nd consecutive day of 10km or more … Continue reading
After a long time I am running a 10km. It feels good. Last one week was quite paunful due to personal reasons.
3 km run for the day.
Wow what a sunday morning. A perfect CRCS moment. Cycle (5.2km) Run (3km) Cycle (4.8km) Swim (900m). I couldnt have asked for anything more. I am feeling tired. I will take rest now.
7 km run and 10 surya namaskar for the day. It was a good paced run.
A good beginning. After sleeping very late yesterday night. I did a 6km run and 1km swim. I didn’t think that I can do a 1km swim after the 6km run. It was tough. The plan was to wrap up … Continue reading
Nice start of the day. Happy republuc day. I got up late but thanks to ajit for calling and we decided to go to sankey tank. We ran for 4km and walked for 2km. Did few exercoses. And now i … Continue reading
It was a good start to the day. Did a 5km run and 600m swim. I went to run in Mahalakshmi layout. The route was tough. The upward stretch was a killer. Swimming was slighly more tiring. For a change … Continue reading
It was a good run in good pace. Ajit and me decided to go to cubbon but went to sankey as we were late in getting up. A good exercise session post run.
Before starting let me thank my friend for helping in achieving this. It was a long time desire to attempt a Triathlon. The definition says “an athletic contest consisting of three different events, typically swimming, cycling, and long-distance running”. I … Continue reading