PR in AZ!

Final time of 1:35:10 !!!!

It was an amazing weekend. While I knew I had gotten stronger I was not quite sure how fast I was. So race day was filled with a simple approach…give what I had and keep my heart rate steady. “Legs, legs, legs, right here, right here..relax (at this point I focused on keeping everything from my waist on up relaxed),” “keep it steady (heart rate)” I checked my watch three times and felt great. I continued to keep my pace to not compromise my efficiency.  The last couple of miles are always a fight but as I crossed the finish line I knew “mission accomplished”…Below are my final stats.

1:35:10
Distance HALF MAR
Clock Time 1:36:51
Chip Time 1:35:10
Overall Place 519 / 19298
Gender Place 91 / 11886
Division Place 18 / 1947
Age Grade 69.3%
Pace 7:16
Agegrade 69.3
Placeagegrade 458
Ttlrace 19298
Ttldiv 1947
Ttlsex 11886
5 Km 22:07
10 Km 43:36
8 5 Mi 1:00:03
10 Mi 1:11:46

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Dr. Gloria Petruzzelli

Dr. Petruzzelli is clinical sport psychologist and certified mindfulness meditation teacher located in Sacramento, California. She works with elite athletes and sport teams across the country. She is competitive athlete herself and enjoys practicing yoga, spending time with her family and traveling.

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