Hitting V02 Max with RunKeeper on the Bump

The Bump By Runkeeper

The Bump By Runkeeper

I ran “The Bump and Grind” at noon today at 90 degrees in between some monsoonal rain showers; reminded me of Hawaii.  Ironically, it was almost as difficult as a typical 105-degree desert evening “Bump” run.  Hard to believe I was the only person on the trail; love the dust and people absence.  I ran with a frozen bottled water for the first time.  It was invigorating to roll on my chest, neck and even armpits.  The ice starts melting immediately and I still had some left at the end of the 40-minute run.

Keep running!

Dr Paul R. Copeskey, D.C., C.C.F.C.

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One Response to Hitting V02 Max with RunKeeper on the Bump

  1. Henry says:

    Thanks! Super Post!!

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