Tracking The Effectiveness of Your Run

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     I experimented with the rest loop by changing the minute intervals in Runkeeper to 3-1-4-1-5-1-3-1-4-1-5-1 etc. It looks like it was slower than yesterday, but I'm not positive of that. I do feel like the workout was harder and I sweated more. Probably a difference in calories too. I can't see it from this screen on my phone.

While doing this run, I am listening to The Power of Habit by Charles Duhigg. It's a great listen if you are working on trying to establish new habits. He discusses how running becomes easier over time, as it becomes a habit.  I can't wait for that to kick in! Even if it does, I'm sure it will be the easiest habit I will ever break!
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