I had a night off college so I ran home from work much to the amusement of the children in school, "Sir, why are you wearing tights?"
The route I took was a total distance of 3.34miles and had an overall elevation gain of 238 feet. The maximum upward slope was 9.4%. I wore my ankle weights and carried my backpack weighing 11kg. I managed to complete this run in 36minutes and 24seconds.
I did the same route home from the school in which I work carrying exactly he same weight and wearing the ankle weights, although I stopped 3 times I beat my time by 2 minutes and 6 seconds in a total time of 34 minutes 18 seconds.
An hour after I finished this run I took my children to a roller skating rink and skated hard playing 'touch' with 3 adults and about 10 children for 2 and a half hours..... My legs hurt!
I decided to try a cross country route through local woods. I have been to these woods a number of times but hadn't found the path back to the village across country... I found it.
I completed the 4.55 mile run in 56min 54seconds carrying 11kg and wearing ankle weights. The total climb (not all in one go) was 435feet. I really enjoyed this run as I was in the country.
P.S. I don't entirely trust GPS as my GPS told me that I was at 200 feet starting the run but I live approximately 30feet above sea level, also at one point it says I ran at 16mph.. I wish!