Recently, I realized that I'd been doing well in the self-service department. I have tried new workouts (Hello? Burpees galore!). I've let myself sleep-in a few times (with ZERO guilt). And I've been more mindful of my nutrition. Not bad, huh!
Would you like to hear the latest?
***Minimal Running Mileage. First of all, there's my fitness. We all know that I'm a runner. Hands down, no argument, running is my sport of choice. That said, I take great pride in that I don't let running dictate my life. I've often referenced how January is my off-season. Although I stayed a little more active than I anticipated (thanks to Rachel's Burpees & Planks & Push-Ups Challenge), I did well in keeping my running in check. My total January miles were 53. That's pretty low (for me), but it was necessary. The timing couldn't have been more perfect since the weather was especially cold. Momma N raged and I was able to sit inside and ignore her antics more than usual.
|I was a good girl and kept my running miles at the minimum|
|Six years of climbing, an Alumni pin and a 5-year pin.|
|Care to give this a go?|
How does this look for February?
M--supermans/arms/#nevermissaMonday (1-2 miles)
W-- twists/ #5at5 run (5 miles)
Sat--twists/long run (8-10 miles)
Sun--rest/short recovery run (2-3 miles)
...and I did a little Spring 2018 Planning as well, to get my long runs penciled in (as well as the other events on my roster. Yikes...where did all of those events come from anyways? (#denial)
|Anyone else start with the long runs, then factor in the shorter runs afterwards?|
Anyways, that's what happening in my world for February. Do you have your February all mapped out? Any big races or events that you're training for?
I'm also linking this with Meranda and Lacey and Rachel for the Friday Five 2.0.