Extreme runs

What? Basically running through and over obstacles (may they be natural or man-made, such as hills or walls or ropes or mud).

Why? Because it is fun, of course. Also happy endorphins…I sort of need them.

Don’t judge my results too hard please. šŸ˜¦ I am very new to this and did not really go all out this year. It is still more of a new hobby. If I wanted to do just running, I would not do it competitively as it is rather expensive to take part in every marathon there is. I just enjoy the physical challenge and the total body workout an extreme run can provide and paying for a fun obstacle course every other week is a-okay by my book.

Viljandi Extreme Run (26.08.2018) – 4km

Time 00:34:00
Place 29 (57)
Place (women) 5 (19)
Place (class) 4 (18)
Pace 08:30 min/km
Average speed 7,1 km/h
Winner 00:24:27
Loss 00:09:33 (39.1%)

Tartu Extreme Run (11.08.2018) – 4.5km

Time 00:32:41
Place 18 (57)
Place (women) 4 (29)
Place (class) 4 (23)
Pace 07:15 min/km
Average speed 8,3 km/h
Winner 00:24:48
Loss 00:07:53 (31.8%)

MyFitness Madness Race Keila (28.07.2018) – 4km

Time 00:41:21
Place 63 (311)
Pace 10:20 min/km
Average speed 5,8 km/h
Winner 00:22:19
Loss 00:19:02 (85.3%)

Pajusi Mud Race (14.07.2018) – 8-9km

Time 1:21:27
Place 17 (130)
Pace 08:08 min/km
Average speed 7.36 km/h
Winner 1:02:22
Loss 19:04 (30,5%)

Icebug Touch Guy Run (17.06.2018) – 10km

Time 01:30:20
Place 454 (820)
Pace 09:02 min/km
Average speed 6,6 km/h
Winner 00:51:46
Loss 00:38:34 (74.5%)

MyFitness Madness Race Pirita (09.06.2018) – 5km

Time 00:57:14
Place 118 (309)
Pace 11:26 min/km
Average speed 5,2 km/h
Winner 00:30:00
Loss 00:27:14 (90.8%)

 

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