On Wednesday, I got up in time for a run around the hotel grounds again. I ran 3.04 mi in 28:23, which is an average speed of 6.4 mph. I was pretty psyched, because this is rather faster than I usually run, and the run felt pretty good. It was certainly a gorgeous day.
We spent most of the day at Animal Kingdom. The safari was particularly good, with lots of animals to see; we got onto the ride at about 9:30am, so I think the animals were still pretty active. The big rollercoaster in the park was also pretty good. We got in lots of walking, as well.
Yesterday, I got up in time for another run. In the first few minutes of this run, it was clear that the GPS has messed something up, as it said that I completed the first half-mile in less than 3 minutes. Um, no. I ran until the GPS said 3.04 mi, which was 28:15. This was an average speed of 6.45 mph, but I really only ran about 2.8 mi. Since this distance and time was very similar to Wednesday's run, I suspect the GPS also had a glitch on Wednesday, and didn't actually run as fast as I thought. The glitch just wasn't as obvious of a jump as this one was. Oh, well.
We flew back home yesterday afternoon, and then I had a match with my 3.5 team last night. Unfortunately, we lost all the courts, which I had not expected. My partner, Jessica, and I lost 6-3, 6-4. We had a lot of unforced errors, but our opponents also had a lot of really good angled shots. Oh, well.
Today is my rest day. This morning I did my shortened version of P90X2 Recovery + Mobility. I burned about 70 calories.
My Basis Peak really bases a lot of its calorie calculations on steps. I did a lot of walking (and running) in Disney World, and I got some of my highest step counts and calorie counts since I've been wearing the Peak. Maybe that's accurate, but it's hard to be sure. I don't necessarily feel like I was more tired than many other days when I've played a lot of tennis (for example), but didn't not get as high of a step or calorie count.