Trying real hard to love the track.

Another 4:something a.m. alarm this morning for speed work at the indoor track.  At least I didn’t have to worry about falling on the ice this morning but I did have to worry about suffering from heat stroke.  

Me and Josse at the end when we were craving being outside in the cold air after running in a sauna.   

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Josse wanted to do a ladder workout and for some reason I agreed.  

5 laps at the indoor track=1 mile

What we did:

2 mile warm-up

5 laps  (1 mile in 5:56 and all of our intervals were done at about that same pace or faster.  1-2 lap recovery after each interval)

4 laps  

3.laps

2 laps

1 lap

2 mile cool-down   

8ish miles total.

3 miles of speed and I felt pretty good at the end–>  thank you pump class for giving me a tiny bit of muscle so I don’t want to die as much doing speed.  I also had a really good night of sleep and I am sure that helped me feel good.  

I am really working hard on thinking positive about the track.  Last night when I started dreading waking up early to go to the track I reminded myself that I GET to run… I am also trying to remember that on race day I am always thankful for these hard runs at the track that build my strength and confidence.  Going around in a circle 4,000 times makes us really mentally tough too.  

Quick wardrobe change to do some church stuff

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And then back in time to get Brookers up.  

She wanted to listen to my running playlist on my iPod (I have to listen to music during the intervals because I need a beat to move my legs fast).

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Cold outside= play place for Brooke’s workout.  

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 Heather and Candice.  The cream of the crop.

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A reader just sent this over and I love it! You have to read the full article.  ‘Hard Things You Need To Do To Be Successful.’

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And my favorite rascals just got here…

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FAVORITE type of speed work?  Mile repeats?  Yasoo 800s?  Mix it up?  1200s?  Do tell!  Do you do them on the road, treadmill or track?

What are you making for dinner (I am determined to actually cook tonight and I need ideas)?

How long does it take you to fall asleep at night?  Do you wake up throughout the night?

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800s do the most for me but I hate them the most so it’s a love/hate ;) actual favorite is 400s or mile repeats at a close 2nd. Track if I can, treadmill if it’s too wet and I’m afraid of slipping running so fast.

I made a steak and ale pie for dinner!

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You can do it. The track is mind over matter and at the end of it you still are getting your run on.
I try to go to bed by 11 and sleep through the night until 6 or earlier when I get up. Working and having a baby to play with makes it really hard to get stuff done and get to bed too early.
I love to cook. You need to get into cooking your favorite foods. Think of the things you eat most when you go out and try to recreate them. Tonight I’m making Pablo crusted grilled chicken with steamed broccoli and brown rice. :)

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First things first. Brooke’s sweater. Adorable! Running on an indoor track is no joke! Way to rock a tough workout. I love 1K repeats. Not as painful as 800s and not as tedious as mile repeats. It’s spaghetti night in our house. The girls gobble it up, and it’s easy peasy!

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So I’m doing my first speed workout tomorrow in who knows how long and this makes me feel…not excited ha. I’m glad you had a good workout though, I always enjoy my runs…after they are done. My favorite workouts when I was consistent with them were tempo runs…they just made me feel so strong as a runner. That being said I’ve only done two track workouts in my life.

I don’t know what I’m having for dinner either…but it’s five pm now so I should probably decide soon.

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I love brooks headband – adorable!
Dinner tonight will be fajitas! YUM
Usually I lay in bed and just watch some random shows or do stuff on my computer/etc for a while before I am tired enough to fall right asleep. I hate just laying there feeling awake. But once I am asleep I am usually out cold!

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I love getting into bed and reading so I usually get into bed around 11:30pm and read until 12:30am. After reading I fall asleep almost instantly though :)

I just started incorporating speedwork into my training and am intimidated by the 800s, but I do 400s and “enjoy” them! I always do them on the treadmill to make sure I push myself.

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Incorporating speedwork into my training is one of my goals for 2014. I am facing my fear! I will learn to love speedwork (I keep repeating this to myself).

I am making >> grilled chicken topped with peach mango salsa, wild rice, green beans and a salad…yum! LOVE the salsa ontop of the chicken.

I fall asleep as soon as my head hits the pillow :)

Karen @karenlovestorun

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I did mile repeats yesterday on the treadmill. Not my favorite but I felt pretty good after! I probably prefer to do 800’s…..just cause they’re shorter, haha

Dinner tonight is tofu with cabbage and noodles in a spicy peanut sauce. Can’t wait to make it.

I’m not a good sleeper. It takes me usually at least 15-30 minutes to fall asleep and then I move around a lot, switching positions. My 2 yr old also still wakes up, so if we bring him into our bed, all bets are off. He is touching my face, rubbing my arm, etc. lol

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Only 3 weeks til I run again!!
Recently we have had beef stroganoff, orange chicken, wild rice/chicken/cauliflower casserole, ravioli bake, beef + vegetable soup, chicken cacciatore and sourdough pizza. There you go!!
It takes me less than 5 minutes to fall asleep…mostly because I’m up twice in the night with a newborn!

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My speed work is limited. I kinda hate it. When it does happen it is always on the treadmill or track. Tonight is brinner: bacon cheddar waffles.

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I have been blogging my workouts and talking to my friends about the gym and running and I have yet to convince anyone how great it all is. I get to workout is the perfect perspective. Our bodies are amazing. I tend to do half mile repeats or fartlek sprints.
Where are all the running buddies?

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All of these people making awesome dinners….. I had toast! I really hardly ever do speedwork but if I do it’s on the track and usually 400-800. It takes me about 20 minutes to fall asleep and I only wake up once (if at all) to pee!

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I actually really like Yasso 800s. Or maybe I just like the way I feel after them. ;)

Dinner…whatever I pick up from The Fresh Market followed by ice cream!

I always seem to wake up during the night these days.

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Yes…you GET to run! :) I always like “up” music when I need to go fast.

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I’m afraid of the track – props to you!
It takes me foreeeeeeever to fall asleep at night – like an hour or so? Then I’m up every couple of hours. I have a friend who can fall asleep at the drop of a hat and I want to be like her. But hey, I just use my motto – I’m good at OTHER things, haha.

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I’ve only ever done 400 repeats. I did them on the treadmill today (although I prefer the track). I did a 1 mile WU, 8 400s w/an active recovery, and a cool down. Maybe I should try 800s some time…..

Tonight I am actually not cooking. We have left overs that need to be eaten. I’m pretty excited about this.

Unless something is really bothering me I am asleep in 2 minutes.

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I’m making broccoli casserole over rice, you would love it! You are amazing for running at the BYU track, that place is so stuffy and for getting up at 4am!!!

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I love Brooke’s outfit and her headband of course!!! I’m just starting to do speed work again something my coach calls speed play but I don’t like it, I prefer to do hills.

I think I’m making some chicken and rice with a salad tonight. Nothing crazy or time consuming. It takes me forever to fall asleep because my husband snores really loud LOL.

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Since going to sleep at night can be so difficult for me I take 4 Min-chex (by standard process) every night before bed and within 30 minutes my mind slows down and I can fall asleep much easier. I cannot live without this stuff.
Plus I sleep much better when I get a good workout in.

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My husband made brussel sprout and grilled chicken pizza last night, it tasted amazing and seemed pretty healthy.

I did track workouts during my half marathon training last year, it was miserable but I did get faster. I am sure I will be doing more starting in February when I start training again.

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i like doing really short intervals on the treadmill so that i never have to spend too much time doing one speed. I’m making broccoli quiche tonight! and I almost always have trouble falling asleep (30-60mn) which is a pain the butt.

Btw, I really love the “hard things you need to do to be successful”, everything I need to hear but don’t want to do

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I’m making sweet potato nachos tonight! Basically roasted sweet potato rounds with chicken, bell pepper, salsa, cheese, sour cream and guac. Amazing.

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When I’m in shape speed is my favorite workout of the week. When I’m not, I really dread it. I always dread tempo runs!

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Over the summer I tried to do one of your track workouts, I adjusted it to make it easier and I still thought I was going to die. I found this quote last night ” I want to inspire people… I want someone to look at me and say because of you I didn’t give up”. You defiantly inspire me!

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Some nights I sleep better than others but most of the time, I wake up a lot..As for speedwork, I tackle that mainly on the treadmill to make the time go faster!

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A split between hill repeats or a drill where you sprint and count your footstrike for 30 seconds, give about 5 mins recovery, and do 4-6 reps but try and beat your footstrike every rep. So tough, but fun!

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I dont know if theres such a thing as favorite speed work but Im going to the track tonight for the first time for some two hundies.

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I definitely don’t have a favorite speed workout, if I make myself do any speed work it is usually fartleks. I’m no good at structure.

Dinner tonight is going to be black beans, rice, kale and avocado. It’s the best thing ever.

I usually fall asleep pretty quickly, and stay asleep all night. The only time I have a hard time sleeping is if something new is happening the next day. Then I’m up half the night.

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Making tacos.

It takes me too long to fall asleep, like 45 minutes. BUT if I get up and eat a little bowl of cereal I can usually fall right asleep after that. WhY? and it is not an underfuelung problem.

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I love mile repeats, especially with a friend and alternating – you are resting while the other person is running so you can cheer and be cheered on.

Takes me anywhere from 5 min to an hour to fall asleep, usually depending on whether I’ve had caffeine at all in the afternoon/evening.

“Cooking” fennel/arugula salad tonight + bread.

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I wake up 9000 times a nite if that’s possible. I also hate to cook, love to bake, (because baking usually involves desserts) but hate cooking.

And I yasoo 800 like a boss!

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Hiiiiii. Me again. Are you getting sick of seeing my name on here? Hope not. I now am finding myself looking forward to your read daily. :)
My Fav track workouts are 200’s with a 1 lap recovery. And 400’s with a 30 second recovery. I haven’t done a track workout since August though. Last one was with Rachelle, Jen Hughes and a few other girlys. I twinged something that day, and 4 days later ran Hobble Creek half and pulled a hammy.

Dinner tonight is easy peasy. Eggs, ezekiel 4:9 toasted. And Avocado. My kids actually love it! I make scratch meals almost every night though. Except Fridays. That’s our out to eat night. I look forward to it so much. But who I am kidding, I ate chicken tacos at cafe rio for lunch :-)

I fall asleep pretty quick these days because I finally am healed from adrenal fatigue. Apparently adrenal fatigue messes with your ability to fall asleep. I used to have problems with it. I don’t wake up during the night to often. Maybe once or twice for a few seconds. Then right back to sleep. Unless I drank a TON of water, then I gotta get up to peeeeee!!!!!

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Oh my gosh, Brooke’s headband + outfit are just too cute! :)

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I do mainly Yasso 800s for speed work. I think I am going out for sushi tonight so I’m not much motivation on the cooking side :) It’s much harder for me to fall asleep on days I haven’t run and also days I have a lot on my mind.

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I’m thinking flatbread pizza tonight. I’ve been having too many stacks of pancakes and bowls of cereal for dinner lately, and I’m actually craving something savoury for once. But I haven’t really been feeling the cooking thing either. Good thing pizza is good motivation.

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I read your blog every day and always want to comment but feel like I wouldn’t have anything exciting enough to say.. But I found a fact that I thought you would love (and could maybe thimk of the next time you don’t want to go to track).. When running you are mostly airborne. So, in a ten mile run, you’re airborne about 75% of the time. Dont think about it as running for ten miles, because you’re flying for seven.. How great!? I made pad Thai for dinner, deeeelish, I hope you have something tasty!

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Yep…I’m definitely going to do that. It sounds way more interesting.

And the headband. Pretty freakin’ cute right there.

And Miss Janae?? The article is great. I’m going to do a little copy paste right there because I think I need it on my white board for a few days. Thank you.

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Where is Brooke’s sweater from? Seriously…way too cute!! Tonights dinner is farro/arugula salad with grape tomatoes, olives, feta & marcona almonds. I saw the recipe and had to try it!

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I think I fall asleep before my head even hits the pillow…thank God because The Hus snores loud enough to wake the neighbors, but once I’m asleep, i’m dead to the world until my alarm goes off! There’s a tornado carrying our condo across the lawn?? I wouldn’t know it…

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I’ve been doing speed work by time instead of distance lately and have actually really been liking it! 3 min hard/1 easy etc.

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I made sweet potatoes, green peppers, onions, mushrooms, spinach, and an egg, with hot sauce. Yum.
It’s usually easy for me to fall asleep, but I wake up throughout the night.

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Hmmm dinner. Good question! We’re headed to Trader Joe’s right, now so I’m thinking we’ll pick up some chicken and avocados and make big salads with broccoli, cheese, apples, walnuts and whatever else we find. :)

xo

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Track/Speed work is done on a track for me, there is no other way. But I am VERY fortunate to have free access to a track year-round because of my coaching. I was sick yesterday and missed practice and I think I was more upset about missing track practice than being sick, haha!

I go between a few workouts – I’ve done a 1600/1200/800/400m @ race pace workout with lap recovery and a 400/400/800/800/400m @speed workout pace and a multiple 400m workout (usually as much as I can get done before I have to coach – this is my rushed workout) at each lap around 1:35. I remember my track athletes coming into the indoor track a few weeks ago while I was doing the 1600-400m workout and they were yelling “what are you doooooing? 50000 laps?” (I coach sprints/hurdles).

I have no idea what I’m doing for dinner. Still not feeling 100% – probably PB on crackers or something bland like that.

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Holy crap that’s fast! What songs are the right beat for those times? I totally hear you on the music thing, I kind of hate running off beat when I’m listening to music, haha!
I actually love intervals, keeps thing interesting. Long runs are hard for me to keep motivated.

Dinner – sweet potatoes cooked in the crockpot (winning!) with a mixture of quinoa, chicken, corn, black beans and spinach on top. Crossing my fingers my kids will eat it!

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You go girl!

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Mix up my interval training – I get bored with just one workout :)
Your intervals are CRAZY fast!!

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I haven’t done speed work in quite a while! I would say I Love Yasso 800’s and shorter speed sessions (400, 800 etc).

Great job on getting up and getting it done! I love that post about being successful – it is SO true!

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I combine 400s and hills. The place I do my speedwork on has about a 300ft elevation change from lowest to highest so I just set my auto lap at a quarter mile and whenever it beeps I speed up or slow down. It is hard but good because I get some very steep up hill and some down hill (I have a hard time running down hill without feeling super awkward)
A 5:56 mile! You are so fast, someday I will be able to run this fast. You inspire me :)

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Oh my goodness! Your pictures of Brooke really want me to try for a girl! The clothes, the hair, the headbands, adorable!!!
We had ham, potatoes and peas for dinner tonight! My favourite.
At night, because I teach Kindergarten and chase two boys around after it, I fall asleep fairly quickly. I usually only wake up if one of the boys gets up.

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Homemade pizza or a pasta dish are my favorites! Glad you got better sleep! Sometimes it takes me hours to fall asleep and sometimes I’m asleep before I even lay down. I read going to bed/waking up at the same time most days really helps. Also there are some great meditation/relaxation apps and books out there that help with sleep!

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I love the 400’s, on the treadmill! So much fun!
Dinner was super boring a salad with some tuna on top and an apple and banana.
Depends on the week and how much stress I am having! Typically I am so tired at the end of the day that I just pass out!

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I like doing mile repeats for speedwork. I need to do them on a treadmill or around my neighborhood (which is just about 1 mile). I hate doing them on the track because I get bored easily from it, feels longer than it is, and I lose count.

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Ok, that sounds brutal! I can’t decide if freezing snow or hot sauna would be worse for a ladder – either way, ouch to a 5:56 first mile. Good gracious.

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I ran 7 miles on a track once last month… don’t ask me how. I won’t be repeating it any time soon ;) Also, Brooke is so stylin with that glittery headband… I have one just like it ;)

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Hi Janae! Thank yo for writing this blog :) It’s inspirational, fun, and gives me ideas of things to do in town – I live in the same city as you! In fact, last Wednesday morning we happened to doing “church stuff” at the same time and I saw you but didn’t want to come running up given the circumstances. Maybe next time?
Keep it up! We love your blog :)

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No way!!! That makes me so happy! I go every Wednesday at the same time! We should go for froyo!

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Aw! :) That would be so fun! I’d love to meet up with you :)

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On the track! 800s are my favorite or mile repeats. Anything shorter makes me want to puke. Love the way speed work makes you feel awesome!

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I made a pile of chips, then put on sliced chicken, tomatoes, and celery. I sprinkled salt, pepper, cumin, and cheese on top. Warmed it in the microwave. Yummmm. I needed some comfort food.

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The photos of you guys hunched over after your workout are great. I literally laughed out loud. I’m all about speed workout on the track – it just feels good on the feet and legs. If I have had a full day, complete with good workout, I can typically fall asleep in 5 minutes – and sleep like a rock!

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I fall asleep within two minutes every night but I cannot stay asleep. I wake up at least once an hour. 5 hours is a great night’s sleep.
My favorite speed work is Yasso 800’s done on a track.

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girl you are so speedy!! what is your fastest mile time yet? :)

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Just thinking of running is tiring but if you really want to stay fit and healthy, you must get up and start. You have to have positive mind that you can do it no matter how hard or long it is.

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FAVORITE type of speed work? Mile repeats? Yasoo 800s? Mix it up? 1200s? Do tell! Do you do them on the road, treadmill or track?
I haven’t don’t speed work in quite some time, but I generally do speed work on the treadmill. For dinner I made chicken taco soup or chicken tortilla soup as some call it. It was pretty good I thought, but my hubby LOVED it! Normally it takes me about 20 minutes to fall asleep at night if I am pretty tired, but right now I am pregnant and it takes me a long time to get comfortable enough to sleep haha. I also would wake up occasionally before, but now I wake up a ton because I have to go to the bathroom, I’m uncomfortable, my baby girl kicks me, heartburn, etc ha. I’m not complaining though, I will take what I can get haha!

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Just read that article about 2 seconds ago. Loved it. I wish I had a running partner to do speed workout. Although I don’t know how you can move your legs that fast!

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I’ve never done speed workouts- I’m nowhere near that point, but maybe someday :)

I’m making roasted tofu, quinoa, and steamed vegetables for dinner. It takes me so long to fall asleep, and I’m regularly throughout the night. Even with my sleepy time tea :(

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I have two favorite workouts: 1.) my 15-10-10-5, and 2.) 24 x 200s w/ 45 sec jog breaks.

For option 1.) 15 @ 1/2 mar pace, 2 x 10 @ 10k pace, 5 as fast as you can go. 5 minute easy runs between the intervals with 2 mile warm up and cool down. I love it! I feel so beaten up when I’m done! Is there any better feeling?

Dinner flunk- frozen pizza with carrots. I’ll do better tomorrow, promise.

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Such a great article! Its the hard things that you have to do that grow you as a person. Speed work is one of those things that is hard at the time but the pain is so worth it! I love mile repeats on the track and tempo runs on the road!

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I can fall asleep on command but usually wake up a couple of times early in the morning in anticipation of my alarm. I am always afraid that I will sleep through it so I set two.

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I love that little snip at the end! So true and such a great reminder!

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I like going to the indoor track for speed workouts! Falling asleep isn’t the issue for me…it’s waking up! I can never seem to get a good enough night’s sleep that I can hop out of bed at my first alarm so I set a bunch :)

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OMG Brooke with her sparkley headband and that sweater. Heart. Melted. I am not a good sleeper and usually wake up at least once a night. How does one get better at sleeping? Take more naps? ;)

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Your workout was fierce and love the link. BUT…Brooke’s headband….GAH. Love.

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Nice speed work! Wow!
I’ve been having a lot of issues falling and then staying asleep lately….and also looking and feeling horrible the next day:S
Hopefully not tonight! Love that sparkly headband on Brooke!

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Maybe I need to learn about speed work. I do fast for me level 8.5 for a few minutes on treadmill then back down to 7 then up again… Maybe that’s intervals. lol I’m a phony runner. Working on my 4th half and first 15k coming up. Maybe I should educate myself on speed work it’d be fun to place in my age group more.

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I hate speed workouts, especially just now because my motivation is at an all time low. :-( It usually takes me about half an hour to fall asleep and I might wake up briefly during the night but not for long. I’ve had a lot of problems with sleeping well over the years but knock on wood, it’s not too bad at the moment!

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The Hard Things You Need To Do To Be Successful Article is EXACTLY what I needed to read today. Thanks for posting Janae!

Love from the UK! x

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I can’t say that I have a favorite type of speedwork. It is definitely better when you can convince someone to do it with you, though!

I made a frittata for dinner last night, but didn’t put in enough cheese, so it wasn’t as delicious as it could have been.

It used to take me forever to fall asleep, but pregnancy makes me fall asleep anywhere at the drop of a hat.

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Brook’s sweater and headband, too cute!

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Brook in sparkles – love it :) The track I tried out is 16 laps for a mile lol yea, not happening much!

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Love the ‘Hard Things’ blurb. Very inspiring (in case you doing speed work at an ungodly hour wasn’t already ! ;) Keep it up !!

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Love Love Love Brooks Sweater…dressing a little girl must be so much fun…I only have a son and those clothes are not as fun.
We had tater tot casserole…an old classic.

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Yasoo 800s are probably my fav and I love doing them on the treadmill because I don’t have to think about doing anything else besides running. Did I just say I love the treadmill? Just for speed though :)
Dinner is pulled pork sandwiches because we have a busy night (easiest meal ever!)
I fall asleep within seconds of putting my book down and sometimes before putting my book down and smacking myself in the face… I usually wake up once to use the restroom and I’m pretty sure I do this with my eyes closed and half asleep. Random, but one time my husband was already up and using the restroom and he scared me so bad I think I died a little.

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Oh, and Brooke’s hair and sweater combo = awesome!

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Love hate relationship with speedwork outs but I like the workout you gals did. I usually do 800s. I start with a 1 mile WU, 4-800s and a 1 mile cooldown. Each week I increase the 800s until I’m able to do 8. Sometimes I throw in mile repeats just to test my fitness and switch it up. It always bothers me though that I don’t know the exact distance when I am done. With actually running and warm up and cool down and recoveries in between I always have to guess at my mileage. I’m slightly obsessed with how many miles I run. I just like to know!

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tonight for dindin… hmmm not sure. made a really good gnocchi the other day that i topped with caramelized onions cooked with a little chopped apple and homemade (yeah, i feel proud of that one) sausage. nom nom nom!

i wake up somewhat often during the night and many nights am tossing and turning. i listen to a meditation podcast to help fall asleep and keep a pen and paper on my bedside to scribble down the thoughts that are keeping me awake! it really helps :]

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I like 400s or 800s on the local high school track. I do tempo runs on the treadmill. I set it to a speed that’s tough and basically try not to fall off!!

BBQ Chicken pizza, I think.

I fall asleep fairly easily, but I do wake up at least once, sometimes twice, to pee or check on a kid.

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Some nights I sleep SO good, then others I toss and have too many thoughts on my mind. Like, thinking my daughter is somehow on my bed in my room and then I worry about her falling off the bed. Like, why brain, WHY!!!!

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800’s are probably my favorite track workout. Long enough that I know I have to pace myself, but short enough that I can do them fast (ish).

Can’t imagine the indoor track workouts you do. Better than a treadmill, but I’d be dizzy. :)

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I do almost all of my speedwork on the treadmill. I NEED to find an indoor track!

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Janae,

I enjoy your blog for the most part. There is one thing that I’ve noticed, though, that you may want to address. It’s your use of the word “real”. In the case of your headline, it should be “really”. Here’s why:

Really is an adverb. That means that is it used to modify verbs, adverbs, or adjectives. In a sentence, it describes HOW hard you’re trying. Trying is an adjective. therefore, you must use an adverb to modify it.

Real is an adjective. An adjective describes a noun. If your sentence were “That is not a model track, but a real track”, then you’d be using real correctly. In my sentence, it describes the type of car.

Not trying to be mean, just thought I’d say it.

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I love the “You Have to do The Hard Things” list! One of my favorite things to remind myself when I’m struggling during a workout is “You can do hard things”

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I would probably say that 400s are my favorite speed workout because they’re over pretty quickly. I usually got to sleep really early and sleep well throughout the night, but I do get up at least once a night to go to the bathroom because I drink so much water!

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The SFH! I feel like I spent half my life in that building! And that fountain! Ahhh the memories! <3 <3 <3

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Great job on the speed work, amazing!

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It depends on how many times the cats bother me….if they don’t bother me at all- I don’t wake up :)

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