Re: Re: effort(feeling) vs time trialing

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Ryan, the other day i suggested my friend to run without a watch in a 5k race and he did it , he did 21:12  and his Pb was 21:11( the first time he raced it ), he only has run 2 5k races so these times are the only times that he had run,  he said he felt a little weird about not knowing the pace ( time), at the end he said that if he would have worn a watch, he would have run a new PR, looking at the watch at the very end to accelerate and run a PR, well, what do you think about that, you think that if you miss a PR by a second due to not wearing a watch, you would say that if you would have worn a watch you could probably beat that PR, or you just maintain what you say, running by effort and by feel?