Weekly Running Report.

Hey there! It was a busy start to the week (plus the long holiday weekend) but I am back!! Let’s recap some miles from last week, shall we?

Weather wise it has been a little less humid and more enjoyable so it’s helping me keep my hopes up that fall weather is approaching! I tell you what I’m so very ready for the leaves to change color and for crisp cooler mornings! Enough of this hot summer stuff. Plus I’m ready for some fall racing! Excited for this one coming up oh so soon.

I’m slowly taking the miles back up plus I’ve been adding in bootcamp workouts. And feeling that muscle soreness feels OH SO GOOD again. Sadistic, I know.

Monday- Active recovery day after the weekend of running. I did some yoga stretching. This girl is my fave if you enjoy YouTube workouts. I personally love working out in my living room.

Tuesday- 4.11 miles in the evening starting to feel more alive again. Relaxed effort then picked up the pace a bit in the end.

Wednesday AM- Back to double run day miles! 6.23 miles at lunch. Felt so good to get out a bit and breathe during the work day.

Wednesday PM- 3.3 miles after work to get in over 9.5 miles for the day.

Thursday AM- 4.02 mile lunch run getaway. Just a quick out and back down the trail.

Thursday PM- 3.02 mile lovely sunset run. The sunset was especially colorful on this day.

Friday- I had the day off so I did a quick 5.11 mile run. Lots of beautiful cloud cover.

Saturday- 15.02 mile long run with my WRRC crew. Always helps having friends to get it in.

Sunday- 4.23 mile run. Faster finish at the end. This is my favorite shirt right now by the way if you were wondering.

Over 45 miles for the week. Feeling good feeling great. Let’s keep the miles going.

How was your week last week? Are the leaving starting to change color in your area?

3 thoughts on “Weekly Running Report.

  1. I’ve run 12, 3, and then will run 9 tomorrow. I’ve got 18 planned for Sunday. I’m finally back to work, so that’s been interesting! But I’m hoping that this will make me get to the gym on days I don’t run! And I know what you mean about the muscle soreness. That’s a hard concept to explain to my geriatric patients… distinguishing between overall soreness from exercising or pain from an injury.

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