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. 😦 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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