all the way down


After two hours of deep snow hiking, I went for a run. Actually, I was kicked out of the car on our drive back home. Luckily I have dressed in the running gear already and all I needed was to run down.

First four and a half kilometers on slippery snow, the rest on asphalt with some icy patches. Three times I lost my footing yet I recovered the balance every time. I never was close to falling down.

Running power and altitude graphs tell the story of eight kilometers and 635 meters of descent. Great. YOu are using the muscles and joints in a way that you very rarely use them.



I should run like this more often.

The pace was around 5 minutes per kilometer all the time despite running on slippery snow and ice. Good, again.



The cover photo shows the top part of our hike. It was a great day!

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All the physical activity data that I display in my @exhaust and @actifit reports is gathered with the help of Coros Pace sports watch and displayed with Coros app.

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Running Adventures of a Streak Runner
Running Adventures of a Streak Runner

What is a 'streak runner', you might ask? It is a person who runs every day. In my case, two miles is a minimum. I've been doing this stunt for 502 days already, since July the 3rd 2019. On that fine day, I decided it's better to run every day and be happy than to run occasionally and be grumpy. YOu are welcome to follow me and my runs. Every day if you wish :)

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