Week #14, February 26-March 4
S Ran 3.33
S Ran 11.00
Tuesday was warm enough to wear a skirt! I did my run in the morning and it was 44 degrees. Perfect!
I procrastinated on Wednesday to hang out with Lola. I didn’t want to get out but then remembered it was the end of the month and I wanted to get it more miles to meet my goal. I didn’t. I missed it by 8.42 miles. Bummer.
I actually enjoyed my run and again hit the paces I was supposed to (10:02 for each 3 minute intervals). I need to work on my recovery since those I am running too slow.
March began with 35 minutes of easy running. It was a beautiful evening with a full moon outside.
I was very tired on Saturday and stayed in bed till about 10. I watched TV and caught up on a few shows. I still didn’t go out for my run till about 2pm. The sun was out and did get warm but I also got cold being in the shade. Still it was a beautiful afternoon for a run.
I remember how before I would do my long runs on Saturday and would have no trouble getting up in the morning. Now? Lately I’ve been struggling. I still prefer to do my long runs on Saturday so I can recover the rest of the day and if needed, on Sunday too.
Sunday’s run had 2×2 miles @10:45 pace and then repeat. I was a bit nervous about it. I’ve been able to hold that pace for 2, 3 or 15 minutes but NOT 2 miles. It wasn’t easy and unfortunately did have to stop for a few seconds to catch my breath. The headwind did not help and that just aggravated me even more. Still pleased with my run.
Another great week of marathon training. March is here and I am hoping that we get warmer weather so I can wear shorts. 🙂 I’ve managed to hit the paces on my workouts but still need to work on pacing for my tempo/longer runs. I tend to start off too fast and then get burnt out too soon.
Total mileage for the week: 26.93
Total mileage for this training cycle: 274.11
Total mileage for the year: 195.30
How was YOUR week? How is the weather in your city or town?
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