Last Monday I was finally able to get my act together and go for a run during the week. At this point, I’ve built up the trouble I’ve had with weekday running so much that it’s like slaying a mythical beast (the bad kind though, not like a unicorn…I would never slay a unicorn…all that business about having a “cursed life”, no thanks!)
I squeezed it into a free half hour I had between Mr. Baby’s bedtime and my standing Monday skype call with my friend. I managed slightly over 2 miles. I essentially felt like a superhero for getting this done, and I’m thrilled to add this to my regular routine.
After that run, I didn’t run again for the rest of the week. (oops!) But I filled my time with doing things around the house, so I don’t feel too bad. I still want to work my way up to 10 miles so I can earn my medal for the virtual 10 miler I signed up for, so I’ll have to dial it back a bit on the DIY projects.
I’ve been hoping to make an easy stroller run a regular weekly thing, but so far the weather hasn’t been agreeable. I’m sure things will turn around soon enough, and the price per run of my stroller won’t be so astronomical. (With only two runs under its belt it’s a pretty expensive ride..haha)
For months, I’ve been thinking I need a training plan to keep myself on track, but I’m starting to think I just need a weekly plan. Both for running, and other things I want to get done. Just a little something to keep me on track.
So far, here’s what I have:
Monday: squeeze in quick run before my Skype date
Wednesday/Thursdsay: Get in another run! JUST DO IT!
Saturday: Long(er) run
Sunday: Stroller run
The Wednesday/Thursday run I think will be the toughest to get done, and Sunday is weather dependent, so we’ll see on that one, but I think this will be a pretty good start. I plan to come up with some build up for the long run so I can get to that 10 miles, but other than that I’m keeping it pretty open.
Now, before I wrap up this post: I registered for a 5k on June 17th!
It’ll be my first 5k since November 2015, and only my second road race since then. Know what that means? It’ll be a post baby PR! Is that a thing? I’m making it a thing. 🙂
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Ummm, Mom’s are superheros! !!!!! Great job getting in that run and focusing on things weekly rather then a training plan. It can get to be too much sometimes.
Thanks! I thought having a plan would make things easier, but I was going about it all wrong!