Can you find Jo in the picture below?!
3 x 1-mile speed change (100m FAST/100m float ((not easy but not all out)) followed by a float mile before starting the next mile of speed changes. The canyon is perfect for this workout because the trail is marked with triangles to indicate each 100m, so we don’t have to look at our watch; we watch for triangles.
I felt great and had two friends to try to keep up with, which helped me do faster splits on this workout than ever before. The first one is flat; the second two drop a bit overall. The 5 miles go by very fast because you are constantly changing paces.
Speed change #1-> 5:48/Float-> 6:55/ Speed change #2-> 5:49/float-> 6:58/ Speed change #3-> 5:48
Try this workout out; it is fun (if painful is also part of your definition of fun).
Also, I am now wondering if I prefer the Adizero over the Vaporfly. The foam feels much more durable while giving quite the spring with each step.
We met some friends at the park. They noticed that the two of us were matching:
Chic-fil-a fuels me on these crazy nights.
*Andrew woke me up in the middle of the night by shaking me and telling me to stop falling off the bed. He was sleep-talking, ha.
*Yesterday, Jen shared with me about Candice. She did 32 miles a day for 200 days. Incredible. I cannot even imagine.
*Help me decide which tile option to go for in our powder room, laundry room, and mudroom… I love them all!
Do you sleep talk? Snore? Remember your dreams often?
-I remember a few weeks after we got married, waking up to Andrew going to get graham crackers and milk in the middle of the night, and he was completely asleep.
Ultramarathon? Done it, on your bucket list or no thank you?
-One and done for me unless I have someone to do every step with:)
What is your favorite spot to relax where you live?
I noticed Candice’s Sprite in that picture, so I needed to ask about your #1 soda choice (if you drink soda).
-Diet Dr. Pepper