Because I know that within 30 minutes of finishing my workout I get to see this:
(PS she scraped her poor little nose on Monday:( She handled it like a champ though)
I think that this is one of the best parts about being a mom–> You have someone that is ridiculously happy to see you whenever you come in the room. Another reason that I want a dog too;)
Yesterday I barely made it to pump class (I woke up 4 minutes before it started… oops) and then I did 4 easy miles on the treadmill and I’ll talk about today’s attempt of a track workout later.
And I had the world’s healthiest dinner and dessert last night.
I was browsing through this article and there are two things from it that I have to share with you:
I love looking at race predictor charts… I think the half-marathon is my strongest distance (oh the 5k and 10k, why do you hurt so badly?) but I am excited to see what my upcoming races tell me about what shape I will be in for the marathon (latest game plan—> marathon in June, key 1/2 marathon in beginning of May and some 5ks and 10ks sprinkled in over the next few months).
Ummmm this is something I should definitely be working on. Maybe I am part of the exception.
Okay, just one more rule from the article…
Do you always run facing traffic when running on the roads? Or do you mainly run on running paths/trails?
How many hours of sleep do you get a night?
What is your favorite race distance? What distance are you best at?
Is the race predictor pretty accurate for your PRs in different distances?