I'm linking up with Holly and Tricia this week for the weekly wrap.
Baseball for my Love Nugget has started, and this makes our entire schedule revolve around his games and his practices.
Monday- 3 easy miles and weights
Thursday- Zumba with Cat
Friday- 2.5 miles of hill repeats
Saturday - Zumba with Deb and weights
Sunday- 10 easy miles long run
Monday was rough! The weather was a bit warm and humid, it was an easy 3 miler, and my calves were in pain! I already know that when I don't drink enough water through the day, my calves with hurt during the run. I just keep forgetting to drink more water!
On Thursday, I typically run with the Fleet Feet group, but was at practice with my son instead. He is learning a lot this time at baseball, and I'm super excited for him to play this season.
I must not be running enough hills, because on Friday, my legs were not happy with me. They felt so heavy and my calves were angry at me again. We cut it short at 7 repeats, because we couldn't take one more run up the hill.
|The street where we run hill repeats is conveniently called High Street|
Saturday was rainy, and yucky. My son's first baseball game was cancelled. He wasn't happy about the cancellation.... but I was happy that he wasn't forced to play in the rain.
|This is one of the busiest roads around my hood, and there was a man running it, in the RAIN! He is a brave one!|
After the cancellation of my son's game, Roger and I headed to Tokyo Dinner for lunch. It was then that I figured out that my love for avocado rolls is forever!
Sunday was a perfect day for a marathon, and it was the 1 year anniversary of our first marathon. Congratulations to all the Gettysburg Marathon runners! I was sending all of you good vibes!!
We ran out easy 10 miles and I struggles with my calves again for the first 2 miles. I really need to stretch more and drink my water.
During my long run, I had all sorts of crazy thoughts, and I got the craziest of them today. I want to beat my time for the 5K at the Kennett Run this year. The course is different, and this makes me feel it will be easier to beat my time. Right now my best time in the Course is 25.37, so my goal feels attainable. I will be taking a look at my training, my eating and my sleeping and changing as I need to.
How was your week?
Did you race this weekend?
What crazy thoughts do you get during long runs?
Do you run on busy roads?
Do you run in the rain?
What is your next race?