Even actually done on a Monday!
After enjoying a "recovery" week the prior week after the 50K, I just did whatever I felt like this week. There were some marathon training plans I could have started for Boston. Yet I figured I would wait to start my plan (one featured in Advanced Marathoning by Pete Pfitzinger) with Espeed, since we do so a fair amount of training together and it would make scheduling easier. That and the fact that I could enjoy a couple weeks just going with the flow!
So here is how things went!
Monday 2/4 Rest, Not planned. I worked from home and day got away!
Tuesday 2/5- AM- 5 miles Ran, PM 1 hour Vinyasa Yoga
Wednesday 2/6 - 2.5 hours at Excel Cycling
Thursday 2/7 - 8 Miles Ran ~8:06 pace
Friday 2/8 - 8 Miles Ran
Saturday 2/9 - 18.6 Miles Ran with VR group (http://www.trainwithvr.com)
Sunday 2/10 - Rest- Decided if I woke up in time to meet SERC I would go. By the time I woke up I would have had to leave the house in 5 Minutes. Afterwards I was sort of glad I did not go as driving conditions really deteriorated and it was a bad white-out and freezing cold. Trainer ride planned for later in the day never happened either! Had a lazy day with the hubby!
Bike 45 Miles
Run 39.6 Miles
Core-1 hr Yoga
In other news I had my first meeting with Team ER Saturday at Ritchies Sporting Goods. I cannot seem to contain myself at specialty stores and ended up buying 2 pairs of shorts, 2 tanks, a hat, a heavy long sleeve jacket and an Asics Cold Weather Running Outfit, all at very reasonable prices!
So while I am not happy about this cold, I am can't wait to go out there and try out my new cold weather outfit. I have had a couple mornings where I ran outside this year (yes, those super cold ones below zero with the windchill) and nearly froze my lil touche off, so I figured this might help matters!
Lastly I dragged my hubbby with me to the Cleveland Tri Club winter party Saturday night! Many of my CTC peeps seem to work hard and play hard! It was a blast and the only bummer was leaving!
Here is a party pic with me and two of my runner girls, Beth and Melissa!