So excited that it is Friday! Tomorrow is my first half marathon.

Although Mother Nature has not been on my side this week. It has been raining all week and I received an email last night that part of the course is flooded but they will re-route us. The weather forecast for tomorrow is flurries and rain. I am still excited for the race but I am now a little nervous about the weather.

I will be running the Running Fit/Chocolate milk Martian Half Marathon tomorrow. I have been taking it easy on workouts this week to prep myself.

 

 

Workouts for the week:


 

Saturday

  • Rest Day-we were on the road driving home from Florida all day and our hotel didn’t have a workout room

Sunday

  • 8 mile run in 1 hour 14 minutes

Monday

  • Best Body Bootcamp Workout A- which was strength moves in an unstable position, so on a stability ball or on one leg

Tuesday

  • 3.14 mile speedwork run in30 minutes. I did a 5 minute warm up, then 1 minute at 8 and 1 minute on 5 for 25 minutes, then a 5 minute cool down

Wednesday

Thursday

  • 2 mile training run in 17 minutes

Friday

  • Rest Day before my race


 

How did your workouts go this week? Did you try anything new?

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