I hope you have all had a great week! I'd like to name this week "The week of being tired." Not that there was a whole lot of extra stuff going on or anything, I was just tired. I believe the culprit was staying up too late...oops.
Here's a rundown at how week 2 of Project PB went!!!
Monday: Rest day! Although I did go to a dry needling session at Physiotherapy...can you count pillow squeezing as a workout?
|I think this is my first dry needle bruise!|
Tuesday: I was feeling really good on my Tuesday medium long run. The plan called for 9 miles and the sidewalks were great! I got 9 miles with an average of 7:59.
Wednesday: Wednesday was a crazy day! I worked all day and then rushed home to walk Lola because I wanted to squeeze in 5 recovery miles on my treadmill before heading to Patriot's Day! It was really cool because I was at home, watching Gilmore Girls and running in my living room! P.S. Did you go see the movie yet?!?!? What did you think?
Thursday: On Thursday I was basically hoping our school would implement Nap Time for Teachers as a new period, lol. It's totally my fault that I was yawning all day but it just made me anxious about my Thursday run with some miles at marathon pace. Somehow after several cups of coffee, I headed out and made it through the run successfully!
Friday: No running today! I was secretly glad about this, lol. I did do some strength training at home while watching Jurassic Park...am I the only one who still loves to watch this movie? I also did my physio exercises and went for a really long walk with Lola.
|Someone's too tired to function...lol|
Sunday: I enjoyed a little bit of snooze time this morning and a nice coffee with oatmeal before heading out for my 16 miler. It was a gorgeous day for a run! I did an out and back route and the plan was to take it easy on the hills, (my hamstrings are a bit testy on the hills at times). I saw so many runners today and the COLT trail was in fine condition! It's paved and runs down into Halifax, which clearly means the way home involves a looooong gradual climb. I did get to run through the finishline arch for the Running Room's Hypothermic Half Marathon at the turn around point though! It was super funny. I assumed that they'd be packed up and gone home by the time I got there but Meaghan said they were waiting on a couple of walkers. On the way home I saw Stacey but unfortunately I was blinded by the sun and only knew it was her by her voice at the last second! 16 miles at 8:12 pace/mile.
|Matt snapped this photo before he headed to the office...my personal photographer!|
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How was your week?
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