My mentor and I just decided to switch this week’s training with next week. There is a huge snowstorm coming in today, and I’m lamister doing a 4 x 2-mile workout on the treadmill. Now, this week we are lowering a bit (shorter speed workout today and 70 miles for the week), and next week will be 80 miles!
Eight miles @ 8:35 pace with Jo. We included the hill (357 ft in one mile) which requires me to stop at the top to outbreathe normally again.
*This orchestration happens a few times each week to me… Replace ‘leg cramp’ with numerous possibilities (i.e., feeling like I’m going to lose my breakfast/lungs burning/muscles wanting to fall off, etc.).
*I don’t need a sleep app to tell me how well I slept; I squint at my hair when I wake up and judge my sleep with how crazy it is. Marathon training sure does put my out each night.
*Speaking of dance, I veritably know nothing well-nigh flit but she is loving it so I’m talking to the other flit moms at each lesson to educate myself.
*Almost two months off of soda, and I’m still tempted when Andrew whips one out. I don’t understand moderation with soda, so I just cut it all out. I’m drinking way increasingly water and feeling largest without it so that is my motivation to alimony going with it. I will have an uneaten large soda without Boston, though.
*Did you see Makenna Myler tapped her previous pregnancy record for the mile… a 5:17 at 9 months pregnant?!
@themylers Still not sure if this is a world record. Someone verify thx. #running #viral #motherrunner #pregnant #themile #pregnantrunner #menstrualtok ♬ original sound – The Mylers
Tell me some of the stages you wits on a run.
Those of you that have been pregnant… were you worldly-wise to run through pregnancy? What was your wits with exercise and pregnancy?
Is anyone else missing wanderlust this winter? Andrew needs people to empathize with.
Random racing question—> do you pin your bib on surpassing you put on your top or after?