Weekly run-down

Starting a new series on Monday since I’m done with marathon training (for a while at least).

weekly rundown

My recovery after Nola has been so much easier than Dallas. Not really sure why, could be mental. I feel good, legs feel good, I like running again!

Monday: Rest day

Tuesday: Track 16×200, with 200 recovery. We started with 10k pace and worked down to faster than 1 mile pace.

Wednesday: Rest day, had to work today.

Thursday: Hill training, 6.3 miles with 10 hill repeats in there. Whoa.

Friday: Gym day

Saturday: Hot Chocolate Dallas 15k (recap this week)

Sunday: Rest day

I tried on shorts yesterday, that didn’t go well. I have to get my eating in check. I don’t think it’s all about what I’ve been eating, but how much. I know what I need to do, hoping that disaster yesterday was enough to make me do it!

The Sweat Pink #noexcuses challenge came to an end. Here are a few pictures from the last week.

#noexcuses

#freefriday

I’m still working on my recap from Nola. I can’t quite get the words out right. I’ll get there.

Races coming up:

March: Rock N Roll Dallas, half

April: Green Door 5k, it’s a local race

May: Moonlight Madness Half in Dallas, it’s at night, will purely be for fun!

I am thinking I will run the DRC half again in November, it will be my goal race for a PR. Ally has decided she wants to run a half this year, so I’m thinking the Dallas half in December with her!

What’s on your race schedule?

Training for anything new?

Happy running!

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Let us run with endurance the race God has set before us. Hebrews 12:1

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6 comments to Weekly run-down

  1. Casey Allison says:

    What new series are you starting?

    Right now focused on Cowtown marathon and probably the RNR Dallas Half.

    Oh and I think all the holiday eating has gotten to all of us.

    Cant wait to see the Nola write up.

  2. Sadly I am going to miss the RnR DC again bc of my PF I haven’t been able to run. My goal now is to get my mileage back up for Ragnar Cape Cod in May.

  3. Janelle J says:

    Great job on your runs this past week! I’m training for the Cherry Blossom 10 mile run in DC…my first time doing hill work…exciting!

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