i agree hirap maka tigil even kahit a few days...much more if a week or more....ginagawa ko usually...balik walk...fast walk...slow jog. also, jog route ko is yung to and from or malaking circular path....this way di ka ma tempt tumigil like usually sa 400m standard oval. also, prefer ko bath muna before jog then punas na lang after. old school pa rin thinking ko not to take a bath right after mag exercise/game. same din not to wash face in the evening from work, "eskinol" lang hehe.
pushed myself in jogging this morning at UP Sunken Garden, anlamig, mga 5:30am yun. tska puro puno, sarap sa baga hehe
I jog exclusively at the UP Academic Oval (you're probably referring to this 2.2 km stretch of road since the Sunken Garden is only one portion of the Academic Oval) because of my proximity to the area. However I only jog at night for two reasons, mainly because it's cooler at night and secondarily to avoid large crowds of joggers and bikers. The crowds are worst during early morning of Sundays when the Academic Oval is closed to traffic (specifically from 10 pm of Saturday to 10 pm of Sunday), followed by morning of Saturdays. There's a second peak during late afternoon to early evening. In the last few months, the UP administration has put up on intervals floodlights mounted on the acacia trees of the Oval, so that it's much less dark at night, though in my few years of doing night jogs I've never felt unsafe. In fact I occasionally come across lone female joggers hitting the asphalt as late as 10-11 pm.
nagamit ko lahat sa running, pero yung Freedom ISO 2 yung pinaka masarap at responsive sakin, yung dalawang Ultra Boost ok naman kaso nanghihinayang ako i-pang takbo and yung Pegasus 35 Turbo masakit sa forefoot (siguro dahil masyadong malambot at manipis padding)
may marerecommend ba kayo na shoes na for forefoot striker? Currently looking into Hoka and Brooks