10 miles @ 9:52 average.
One thing I love about Utah is how you can cross over the hill and go from the city…
To complete stillness–> Not a car or light in sight.
And you guessed it… the rest of the day involved being a taxi service to soccer games;)
Let’s move forward with some tangents:
*Nobody details a car, as well as Skye does. She takes it so seriously.
*It took us FOUR nights to watch a movie… this is marathon training, and my eyelids struggle to stay open at 8 pm.
*My in-laws gave us their piano; time to start lessons for these kids.
*THIS tip from my friend, Jackie! If you aren’t able to keep anything down/upset stomach/nausea/cramping:
*One of those nights you hide in your pantry with a bag of rolos.
*Him buying more of this…
*Made me feel a little less bad about doing this… (my race shoes have arrived!).
*(I posted this on IG, too–>) I have spent a lot of time debating in my head whether to wear the Vaporfly or the Alphafly for the marathon. For a few weeks, I was positive I loved the Alphaflys more and would wear them for the marathon, but after some more workouts/mileage in both, I’ve decided to go with the Vapor. They were perfect for Boston, and I feel like the Alphaflys might be a bit too much shoe for me for 26.2 miles (but perfect if you need more cushioning/stability). The air pods in the Alphas don’t feel like they make a big enough difference in propulsion for me for the wider/heavier fit.
I love both, but nothing can beat that feeling I get in the Vaporflys… I feel like it just positions my body in a way to propel forward (the design leans me a bit forward, which I love, 8mm heel drop vs 4mm in the alphafly), and the spring in such a light shoe (6.6 ounces) is just pure magic, in my opinion.
Is it easy where you live to get to trails? Or away from cars?
Give me a tangent!
Who plays a musical instrument?
-I grew up playing piano, but I can only play three songs now.
How often do you eat chocolate?
-Every day I have something that has chocolate in it.