Monday (1/3): 1 Mile Warm Up (Gym Treadmill, 1% Incline, 8:04, 8:04 Pace), Weight Lifting, 5 Miles Recovery (Treadmill, 1% Incline, 42:17, 8:27 Pace)
Tuesday (1/4): Rest, not feeling great
Wednesday (1/5): 14 Miles Med-Long (Treadmill, 1-3% Incline, 1:52:00, 8:00 Pace)
Thursday (1/6): Rest, still not feeling well
Friday (1/7): Yoga 45 Minutes, 12 Miles Med-Long (Treadmill, 1% Incline, 1:40:00, 8:20 Pace), 2 Miles Warm Up (IWU Track, 20:00, 10:00 Pace), 5 x 1000M w 2 Minute Recovery Jog (IWU Track, 20:18, 6:49 Pace), 1.25 Miles Cool Down (IWU Track, 14:53, 11:55 Pace)
This week my stomach has been especially awful. I suffered through my 14 Mile run on Wednesday and moved my miles from Thursday to rest my tummy.
I will make up my miles this weekend, but first it was time to head to Yoga at our fitness center.
Rob and I went for sushi for lunch and then I did 12 Miles Med-Long on the treadmill followed by an interesting track workout. We headed to the university, but there was a slam dunk contest going on, so we headed to another university track. They were setting up for a gymnast competition the next day, but the track was open. Ryan and Mitch met us out for the workout. Rob and I did 5 x 1000M @ I Pace and then Rob followed that up with 6 x 400M @ R Pace. It made for an interesting workout, since they were setting up, there were people crossing right in front of us, not to mention the tables and equipment being brought in that required running around.
It was still a lot of fun to get out there. 🙂 Post track workout sweaty.
It’s also worth noting that the Boston Marathon is 100 Days Away!!
4 thoughts on “Namaste”
Ah. I have never done yoga but I should to relieve some of my stress. Good luck with your mile makeup. 🙂
Hey Hollie! I think you would love yoga! It really stretches out the muscles.
Where did you get that headband? I LOVE IT!
Hey Nic! It’s from sweatybands, they rock! I picked mine up at an expo, but they have a good website too.