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The race was a 5K, so we only needed to do 3.1 miles. We estimated that loop that we were planning on doing would probably not be enough to meet the 3.1 mile requirement, so we took it a little further and without really realizing it, we exceeded our goal. Woohoo!
If you’re wondering, what’s a virtual race? Click here to view one of my previous posts where I explain it.
I had two apps running on my phone: Map My Run and Couch to 5K. The Couch to 5K app does a good job of telling me when to slow down and walk and when to run. I’m still building up my endurance, so it helps guide my workout.
The app even gave me a badge for completing today’s run. Clever way to keep a person motivated.
I submitted my time online on the runDisney website and got to print out a completion certificate.
With this run, you were given the option to make a donation to the Pet Alliance of Greater Orlando, which we gladly did.