Last week makes two weekends in a row that I did not race. It’s surprising if you know me, but there was nothing that peaked my interest. I have been enjoying catching up with friends and getting quality workouts in as well.
Last week I did just that: I ran with friends and got quality workouts in.
|Monday:||Easy 6 miles|
|Tuesday:||10 Miles with Angela (8:29 pace)|
|Wednesday:||4X2 mile repeats|
|Thursday:||Easy 8 miles|
|Friday:||Easy 5 miles|
|Saturday:||Easy 9 miles with friends|
It’s been great to catch up with friends and run with them. Unfortunately, one of my closest friends (and blogger) Angela is moving to Colorado this week. Last week, we were able to run and go out to eat a diner which was a lot of fun.
On Saturday, my good friend Julie, who is training for the New Jersey marathon, did a long run and I joined her for part of it.
4X2 miles (12:50, 12:48, 12:48, 12:40)
To be honest, this is the best workout I’ve had in a very long time. The goal pace was 6:21, and while I only made one, it was the last. I ran these on the road, and I could not be more pleased with how it went.
Sunday: 6-mile tempo (Goal 6:44) Average: 7:18
2X10 minutes (Goal 6:21) Average 7:01
It was extremely windy on Sunday. The night before, I didn’t sleep well, and body was just tired from training. Am I disappointed that I missed my paces by a lot? Of course, but bad workouts happen, and it was a combination of factors. Upward and onward!
Next week I’m running one of my favorite races, the Grilled Cheese, and Tomato Soup 4 miler. I’m looking forward to seeing how my training has paid off.
Questions for you:
What is your next race?
How was your week of workouts?