Running, Weekly Running Report

Weekly Running Report.

Happiest Monday to ya! Hope you have a productive week ahead. I’m here to recap some miles from last week! Things are finally ramping up and YES it is without a doubt blazing hot down in Texas. But I was able to get in 40 miles last week which has me feeling pretty dang good! It’s nice to maintain the miles even when there is nothing quite solid on the calendar. Keeping that fitness and endurance up for these classes I have to teach at the gym.

Monday- A quick 3.23 miles after teaching spin. I actually kind of enjoyed getting out there to watch the sunset and do some people watching. Nice and relaxed miles and a cool down after all of the sprints on the bike.

Tuesday- 4.33 miles in the morning. Nice rolling hills by the golf course. The humidity was insane on this day but still nice to get it in. Drenched with all of the sweat.

Wednesday AM- 5.02 miles with some more rolling hills. The cloudy sky RUNrises were especially beautiful too but still lots of humidity. I have been getting used to the humidity though and can appreciate the breezy 80 degree mornings before climbing into triple digits on the daily.

Wednesday PM- Double run day miles! Felt good to get in a good 3.03 miles after work.

Thursday- Thursdays are my triple threat days (teach at gym in the morning, run, teach at gym at night) so I rode 30 miles total on the bike on this day and then 3.23 miles in the AM. My legs were certainly spent by the end of it.

Friday- Quick 3.35 miles after work. Nice active recovery day and I’m glad I got it in.

Saturday- 11.03 miles with the WRRC crew. Always love kicking off the weekend with these peeps.

Sunday- Sunday funday runday miles on this run streaking week. 6.77 miles in 90 degrees does a body good. Lots of hydration time after.

Plus ending the week on a solid note – my absolute favorite ceviche.

And there you have it!

How’s the weather in your neck of the woods – share some highlights of your weekend with me!

8 thoughts on “Weekly Running Report.”

  1. We don’t get humidity here so much, but I recall one June I was in New Orleans and went for a run along the Mississippi. Lord, the perspiration was … incredible.

    1. It’s definitely tough! I much prefer the dry heat but try to acclimate to both!! It definitely makes you a stronger runner in the fall when you’re consistent in the summer and run during diff times of the day 🙂 Have a great week!

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