Quick & Dirty
- Was able to fit in two rides on the actual bike; not just spin
- Fit in a longer bike ride
- Two short swims, still no time for a long one
- Ran speed intervals and fit in a mini brick
- Body adjusting; finally feel like training has ‘started’
So I had the same design as week 1:
- 2 swims (1 long, 1 short & fast)
- 2 bikes (1 long, 1 short & fast)
- 1 run (medium)
- 1 strength
- 1 yoga
- 2 swims (both short & steady)
- 2 bikes (1 long, 1 short & fast & hilly as h-e-l-l)
- 2 runs (1 sprint intervals, 1 mini-brick)
- 1 strength
- 1 stretch session
I’m not getting any faster, but I’m excited.This next week is going to be a challenge because the kids are no longer in camp, and I’m headed to visit my brother’s house in the Catskills. Wonder if I should take my bike? Nah, I get enough hills around here. I think my plan was to continue to up my biking. But I may just up my running a little. Figured I’d just get some good runs in while I’m there, but then my sister-in-law posted this:
Ummmmmm….it’s going to be a tough week going outside at ALL!!!
Maybe I’ll have to fit in some 6 am spin classes this week before we go…
I’m actually surprising myself that I’m itching for a double-digit run. That’s actually how I like to train – feel it in my bones…
“feeling it” ; “not in it for speed”; “just want to finish”; “upping my fitness each year”…
Guess I should change my blog name?
Also itching to see how my friend’s husband does in #IMCDA today, and am tracking him online. Obsess much?? I guess I’m just a fan, at the end of the day.
How about you? What should your blog name be this week??