Weekly Training Recap

RECAP (6/30-7/6)

Monday – rest day / drive to Cape Cod!

Tuesday – 90 minute yoga on the beach & 3 mile run with Marathon Sports Run Club

Wednesday – 75 minute SUP yoga class

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Thursday – rest day

Friday – 3 mile run

Saturday – 60 minute arial yoga & stand up paddle boarding

I was so excited to finally get to try arial yoga and I really wanted to love it, but let’s just say it is DEFINITELY not my thing!  I love the idea of being suspended in air, but I didn’t exactly take into account how seasick the swaying would make me feel…especially in inversions!  I have issues with getting lightheaded in inversions as it is, so this was pretty rough for me, glad I tried it though!

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Sunday –  10 mile run

Weekly Mileage –  16 miles

2014 Mileage -311 miles 

OVERALL

I’ve been on the Cape for a week already and I can’t tell you how much I love it up here!  Everything just sort of slows down.

I love being able to practice yoga outside on the beach and on my paddle board and I’m enjoying the change of scenery for my runs – I just wish the humidity would back off, it’s been brutal while running!

NEXT WEEK 

MARATHON TRAINING WEEK 3

Monday – yoga

Tuesday – run club (3 miles speed)

Wednesday – yoga

Thursday – run (5 miles tempo)

Friday – cross train

Saturday – Falmouth Triathlon (+ additional run)

Sunday – rest day

Have you ever tried something new expecting to love it…

and found it wasn’t really your thing at all??

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17 thoughts on “Weekly Training Recap

    • Haha, I don’t know about badass…I’ve been doing a lot of yoga and paddle boarding, but honestly my running has been brutal, I am so nervous for fall races!

  1. What training are you using for your marathon? I want to run another but after my SI joint issue I’m afraid to run too much. I like that yours is 3 days a week. Well for this week anyway.

    • You could definitely do some cool stuff in the arial yoga hammock things, but man did it make me feel sick! Oh well, at least I got to try it! And SUP is a lot of fun, definitely try it if you ever get the chance!

  2. Looks and sounds like you are having a great summer so far! Ugh to humidity. I am not a fan. I find yoga difficult enough, let alone adding in the aerial part, but that’s great you gave it a try. I think I would get sick as well. I’d really like to give paddle boarding a try, looks like a great workout. Enjoy your week!

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