Day 144 and Day 145: snow, CT and hill training – giddy up.

Someecard Funny!So I’ve been a tad busy lately so my blogging hasn’t been on track (sorry!) But despite that, I have been going full tilt with training. The day before yesterday I completed cross training at the gym on the elliptical and then did some yoga. It felt great! And yesterday I did about 40 minutes on the treadmill, varying my speed and elevation. I started out at 5 for both and gradually got myself up to 15 for elevation and 6.5 for speed. It was good. Got my sweat on. Due to my flu and other stuff over the past few weeks my training was thrown off a bit in terms of distance, but I plan to get back on track (literally and figuratively) within the next week.

Stay tuned!

Happy trails πŸ™‚

4 thoughts on “Day 144 and Day 145: snow, CT and hill training – giddy up.

  1. The cartoon made me feel guilty. I just blogged about my bad junk-food habit…but I had a doughnut this morning. And I haven’t done my daily run. Sigh. Well, good post nevertheless πŸ™‚

  2. Just started following your blog! Love it… I am in need of motivation to add miles in an attempt to train for the ctrr… story of my life!! Thanks for the inspiration!

    • Thanks Hailee! I did reply to this, but I’m not sure what happened to it… It’s hard to find the time to get out and run some days, but I don’t allow myself to make excuses (because my list would be endless). I’ve met so many people that would love the opportunity to run, but can’t. So we have to run for them! πŸ™‚ I see that you’ve set up a support group for the relay gals – you will find that having people to push you on a forum like that will keep you motivated. Good luck! (though I know you don’t need it..)

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