I feel like I could write about 234,908 posts about all of the things I learned, tried, tweaked, etc. during my journey to BQ. So I’ll just do that until you or I get bored, whichever comes first… So far I’ve covered nutrition and pacing and my race tunes. Today’s topic is Orangetheory.
Regular Athlettuce readers will know that I have been spending part of each week in beautiful Colorado for work. I have been packing my mornings and evenings with amazing group runs. But Colorado offers another perk that I can’t find in DC: indoor skiing. That’s right, folks. I introduce SNOBAHN!
Given a crazy summer schedule, I am not planning on doing weekly training recaps for my Mesa Falls Marathon training. HOWEVER, I had a shockingly spectacular — dare I say, breakthrough — training week last week, and so I wanted to share some of the changes I made to my training that worked for me.
I was going to write a blog post titled “Big Adventures Start Small” about how I’m trying to inject small adventures into my regular life, at least until I decide on and execute a “big” adventure. And I had a small adventure planned for this morning and was excited to recap here. Until I had a total #adventurefail…
I’m still alive! Quick updates below!
I wrapped up another week of training for the Vermont City Marathon. This was week seven with just three more weeks until the race — aka one more week of training before the taper! I’m feeling really ready, maybe because this will be by third marathon this year, maybe because I’m actually sticking to my “training plan” pretty well. This week, things were still busy but slightly more calm at work so I was able to get in a couple good workouts although maybe not as many as would be idea…
Another week has come and gone, and we are already into APRIL! This was my second week of training for the Vermont City Marathon.
Here was what I had planned for this week:
- OTF X 3
- CorePower Yoga X 3
- Run 10 miles
- Lose some body fat
- Do UVA Speed Clinic remedial exercises DAILY
And here’s what I did…