You know how some days you get frustrated for being forced to stop at red lights, and some days you celebrate any chance you get to stop and take a break for a second?
Yesterday I prayed with each light we came across for it to turn red, ha.
Most of my prayers were not answered, sadly. But for the ones that were, I was so relieved.
Effort, effort, effort, effort.
View from the top of our second interval:
2.5-mile w/u, 3-mile tempo (downhill, uphill, downhill), .5-mile recovery, 1.2 miles straight uphill, 3-mile tempo (downhill, flat, downhill, flat), c/d to 17.
Andrew did Brooke’s hair for crazy hair day, and they were both very proud.
I did 15 minutes of lower-body strength (I love to keep my hard days hard so I can take the next two days easy). PS trying out strength training in bare feet to strengthen my feet a bit more (I stole this tip from a reader:)
We had zero desire to cook, and the kids were starving, so we went to Texas Roadhouse. We went through so many rolls.
Is anyone else having difficulty remembering to restart their GPS watch on a run?
-I do it more and more lately.
For those that do strength training, how do you divide it into your week?
-I do lower body after my Wednesday workout and Saturday long run and then arms/core or nothing on my easy days.
Any running/strength/workout tips you’ve heard or tried lately?
What would you say is your biggest meal of the day?