I doubt the accuracy of the distance estimate for the track at my fitness center.
It’s possible I’m slower outdoors than indoors. Maybe the Earth’s yellow sun saps my energy and weakens my muscles. Possible, but not likely. I’ve always felt energized by its cancer giving rays.
“I don’t have all day,” says the electronic Runkeeper voice in my earbuds. “Start running whenever.”
I am running, and she does have all day.