As we look forward to the next year, you may be in the process of choosing the races you want to participate in. Whether you are in the beginning stages of running or you’re a veteran, you will always need to have a training plan going into these races. However, not all plans are equal and you’ll need to consider a few items before choosing a training plan.
Happy Monday friends! It’s been such a great week and weekend full of nice weather and good times. It was also the week of my race! I kept most activity throughout the week low intensity in preparation for my half marathon!
I still can’t believe it’s September! There’s Pumpkin flavored everything now. I stopped by Dunkin Donuts for a morning coffee earlier this week and they already had their fall specials. One thing I am looking forward to is cooler weather. This summer has been a bit of a rough one for me in terms of running but it’s going better now.
I want to start this off by saying that while I did have a good race, I am sure glad it’s over! Next weekend, I am definitely getting new running shoes because these are WORN OUT.
Oh, what a weekend it was! It was filled with golfing, video games, cooking, and a half marathon. It was a full weekend but so fun!
Oh boy! What a weekend! It was definitely a scorcher. Y’all, I seriously don’t think Texas got the memo that it is OCTOBER. Saturday was record breaking heat at a high of 92.
What a weekend y’all! It definitely started with a bang when I signed up for the Houston Marathon! That’s 26.2 miles. Oh my word!
So how did I get here? Well, this year has been SUCH a whirlwind. I feel like I’ve been continuing to improve and become a better and stronger runner. I feel confident in my skills and the race is still far out enough that I can adjust my training and continue to build mileage after my half marathon in November. And, I’m also crazy and love pushing myself so I figured, why not?! Haha! Continue reading Weekend Update!