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Dreaded Monday but a Good Run

Lisa Eirene

About Lisa Eirene Lisa lost 110 pounds through calorie counting and exercise. She swims, bikes, runs, hikes and is enjoying life in Portland, Oregon. Her weight loss story has been featured in First Magazine, Yahoo Health, Woman's Day and Glamour.com.

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  1. Lisa @bakebikeblog

    Great run girl!!!! you are getting so speedy 🙂

    1. hundredtenpounds

      Thanks! I’m happy with the improvements. Now it’s time to mix up the routine.

  2. Ivie

    Awesome job….I am still working on just running for a length of time, but my fastest is between 14 and 15 minutes.

    1. hundredtenpounds

      Small goals are good. Like run 5 minutes or for 1 mile, then walk, then run again, etc.

  3. Kellie

    I have gotten much faster since I started doing speedwork on the treadmill. I think on my 12miler I did a little over an 8min mile. It is all because of speedwork. Looks like you are going to have to start doing at 10k loop!

  4. Morgan @ Healthy Happy Place

    great job on the increased speed!!! I can run a mile in about 6:45…back when I was young ( haha) I could run a sub 6 min mile…oh those were the days!!!

    1. hundredtenpounds

      WOW! You guys are all so fast!!

  5. Julie @ Pickley Pear

    Way to go on the mileage/pace! I’m still at about a 9 min/mile. To avoid injuries start out slow, speed will come with experience. Sounds like you had a fabulous weekend!

  6. constantlyunwinding

    Right now my fastest is 9:30 and I am SO happy with that! Some days are better than others but each day is a new day! Congrats on increasing your run, for not sleeping well last night that had to make you feel better!

    1. hundredtenpounds

      I think I’m about 9:30ish too. For me, my goal is to sustain a pace and continue to run without stopping more than being fast.

  7. Jim@goingFitness

    My Monday actually turned out decent.

    My recap: Friday: Swam 1500meters.
    Sat: Rest day.
    Sun: Biked 30miles.
    Mon: 15 mile bike, 2.5 mile run, 550 meter swim.

    I felt pretty good for a Monday. Lets see how I swim today. :-/

    1. hundredtenpounds

      That sounds like a pretty great set of work outs! Good job!

  8. Kelly

    My mile time depends on the distance. But typically when racing I average 7:00/minute miles.

  9. Marie

    I am sloooooooooow. I try to maintain a 10 minute mile on long runs and I can manage a 9:30 or so for very short runs (like 5k or less). I’ve never actually done speed work, and trail running/hill running didn’t change my pace in the least. I keep saying I’ll get around to working on speed some day…

  10. Jim@goingFitness

    Kelly, 7 minute miles! Thats awesome. LOL! After I complete my first sprint Tri I am going to work on my speed a bit. I am barley hitting under 9 minute miles….. :-/

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