Weekly Rundown

Hit my highest mileage this week in months!  Marathon training will do that.  I am happy to have a back down week coming up next week before we start jumping the miles again for a few weeks.  Here’s how my week went. weeklyrundownlogoFitness

Monday – I got up early and headed out for a run around my neighborhood.  I haven’t run this route in a while so it was nice to get out there.  I got in 3 miles @10:14 pace.  Felt really good despite the crazy heat.  The rest of the day was spent painting the kitchen. mondayrun

Tuesday – This run was one nasty mess.  It was hot and humid and we were running with some lead shoes.  Holy smokes!   We got in 4 miles @11:43 pace and it wasn’t without constant beeping from my HR monitor too.

Wednesday – Today ended up being my one mile rest day.  Too much going on so it was a perfect day to have a short run.

Thursday – I got up early and ran from a nearby park by myself.  I ran  4 miles and ran at a solid fast pace, @9:01. I met my friend, Kristen, later in the afternoon for Body Pump, making up from missing on Monday.   Today was also the first day of coaching!  We are the neon green group and we have a wonderful bunch of ladies.  The weather was absolutely awful.  I felt terrible because I knew that the weather was going to have an affect of on our run.  We ran 3 minutes and walked 3 minutes.  These ladies did amazingly well!  So proud of them.  We got in just over 1.5 miles.  thursrun

Friday – The weather was absolutely beautiful thanks to a “cold” front that came in and brought dry, cooler air.  I met my sister to run in the morning.  We got in 4.46 miles. 

July’s Mile Total

 Saturday – Same great weather could only mean that we would have an awesome first long run!  Christine and I met up to run 8 miles.  We rocked our run and finished with 8.1 miles @10:57 pace.  We met up with our friend, Cindy, who was running a local relay race and we ran with her for just a bit.

Sunday – Second long run of the weekend and the weather was again cooperating!  We had a beautiful morning for our run.  We felt really good for the whole run and we could not believe that my HR monitor did not beep at all.  Not a peep.  My avg HR was 120.  9 miles @ 10:55sundayrun

Total weekly miles: 35.26

2015 Year to Date: 867.43 on my way to 1500

Meals

We ended up with a disjointed week, but that’s alright.  We still managed to cook two of our intended meals and then pieced together the rest with leftovers and take out.

  • Crispy Falafel Salad
  • Fussiloni with beef and ricotta
  • Grilled Buffalo Chicken Wrap
  • Greek Salad with Chicken

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Weekly Fitness and Meal Plan

I get to say my two favorite words during marathon training this week.  What are they?!  BACK DOWN!  After a few weeks of gaining miles, this week is a back down week and I am so happy.  I feel really great with all my training so far, not really tired, no aches and pains, but I’m just ready to run a little bit less this week.  And on top of that, we’re headed to Williamsburg for one last summer hurrah!
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Monday – 3-4 miles  With a meeting at school and other appointments, I’m not sure if I’ll run early or later in the day.  I’m thinking later will fit in better.

Tuesday – 4-5 miles

Wednesday – Long run part one, 5 miles

Thursday – long run part two, 6 miles early

Friday – 1 mile

Saturday – 1 mile

Sunday – 1 mile

For Friday through Sunday, I’m giving myself the one mile a day, at least.  I can see that I’d run early all of those days before we head out.  I’m leaving it up in the air, but I’ll get at least a mile in to keep my streak going.

Total miles: 21-23, could be 25-26

Meal Plan

We had another awesome week of choices from Hello Fresh.  We cooked one of our three meals this week already so we have a few more yummy dishes to cook!

  • Smoky Black Bean and Sweet Potato Tacos
  • Lemon Basil Chicken
  • Shrimp and Chicken Chorizo
  • Peach and Prosciutto Flatbread
  • Layered Vegetarian Enchiladas

What’s on your fitness plan?  Has your fall training started?  Any yummy meals planned?

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Saturday Morning Motivation

Good morning!  As you are lacing and gearing up for your long run this morning, I have one last thought before you head out the door.

I feel awful because I saved this and I have no idea where I got it from!  I just loved it! I tried doing a Google Image search and just found a bunch of 2015-07-29 09.40.59 The visual I get with this is so strong.  I just see with each step forward erases those things that have disappointed us, caused us to second guess ourselves, and held us back from achieving so much.  One of the things I love best about running!  It’s through running that I get my best ideas, solve problems, and find new beginnings.

When you head out today, think about all the wonderful things running does for us.  It’s so much more than physical.  Is it a clean slate? New insight?  Does it erase failures or Ill feelings?  What has it given you?

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Fitness Traps 2

Last week, I blogged about fitness traps that we all have from time to time.  Those little thoughts that run through our minds or the things that we think or say when it comes to working out.  It’s something we all do, but knowing how to overcome those thoughts before they sidetrack us is so important!

I started with the fitness traps that I had a lot of when I first started running.  Once I got established into a running routine, my traps changed a bit  I was comfortable running, but I was struggling with other things.  Here are some the fitness traps I fell into and ways that helped me to overcome them.  I am by no means an expert; I’m just sharing strategies that worked for me.

fitness trapsFitness Trap #4  “This is boring!”

Once I had been running for a bit, I was doing just that.  Running.  I loved running, but when I wasn’t training for a race, running felt really uneventful.  I liked the rush of a race, but certainly I couldn’t do that every weekend.  Running lost its luster and became boring at times.beatheboredom

How to help overcome these thoughts:

  • Mix it up!  Part of what helped a lot for me was finding new places to run.  Even when we’d travel, I’d look for new places to run.  If you are going to the gym, find other classes to take.  I’ve tried all kinds of classes from cycling to Zumba.
  • Find local running groups to join.  Meeting new people and running might be just the thing to make it more social and fun.  Make plans to meet friends to workout.
  • Try a virtual race or a fitness challenge!  There are some that are free; others have a small fee associated with them.  I participated in many #Anywhere races from Run Chat back in the day.  I loved that it kept my running fresh, but I wasn’t having to pay money to race every weekend.  I also participate in various 30 day fitness challenges.
  • Try something other than your current fitness activity.  It’s okay to take a break from it.  About the time I was finding running a bit boring, I found Body Pump.  It was a great way to mix in something else that would benefit my running and it was giving me another option for staying active.

Fitness Trap #5: “I want a PR!”

At first glance, this doesn’t seem like a fitness trap.  While it’s good to strive for improvement, this one is a tricky one!  I used to thrive off of constantly going for the PR during each race.  Faster = better!  It was easy at the beginning to PR races because my improvement in running was greater.  Now that I’ve been running awhile, the effort to PR is more difficult. I would feel so bummed after running if I didn’t PR.  I realized quickly that if I constantly strive to PR all the time, I’m setting myself up to feel defeated all the time.betteryourself How to overcome these thoughts:

  • Be realistic.  It’s far easier to target one race a training season as the one you are going to PR.  Train and go for it!  You cannot expect to PR every race you ever run.  So many factors pay a part in that from temperatures, race day GI issues, rested legs, etc.  Also, shooting for too many PR’s in a season will wear you out!
  • While PR’s are great, there are other ways to recreate the same feeling.  Try running different distances.  I ran my first ever 12K last winter.  Guess what?  New distance, new PR! 🙂
  • Mix it up on trails.  If you are a road runner, try running trails at various distances.  Again, it gives you a new target to conquer.  I’ve run a road half, what about a trail half?!
  • PR the course!  Take a race that you ran already and re-run it to see if you improve your time.  I’ve done that with a lot of my races.  My goal is just to run it smarter or more efficiently than I did the year before.

Fitness Trap #6: “Um, my leg is kind of hurting.  (ignore the pain)  It’s fine.”

After running for a bit, I naturally started increasing my mileage and training for longer distanced races.  I had twinges of pain and uncomfortableness here and there, but for the most part until it started really nagging me, I ignored it.  I ignored pain in my shins for a really long time.  Blaming it on my shoes, hill repeats, shin splints, etc.  You name it, I had an excuse for what I was feeling.  Needless to say, I ignored it too long, continued running until one day mid-run, I couldn’t run.  I had successfully run myself right into a stress fracture. listentoyourbody How to overcome these thoughts:

  • RICE.  If something starts to rear its ugly head, try resting it.  Ice regularly to see if that helps.  Wrap it, tape it, compress it.  See if that helps.  Elevate and stay off of it.  I tried all four back in the day when I had shin pain.  It made the pain tolerable, but it was still there.  Definite red flag!
  • If the pain increases and never goes away, go to the doctor and have it looked at.  I know the fear of hearing those dreaded two words (“No running!) is enough to keep you from getting something checked out, but the time of no running might become longer without having it looked at.
  • Train smart.  I went from running 3 days a week to now 5 days and most of those days were not easy.  I was running everything at full force.  I paid no attention to the types of runs I was doing and the constant pushing and pounding was enough. I got caught up in the training without realizing it was too much, too soon.

What are some of those “fitness traps” you had to overcome once you’ve been exercising for awhile?  What are some “fitness traps” you are dealing with now?

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Weekly Rundown

4 weeks down only 11 more to go!!  7 Bridges is going to be here before we know it.  This is the earliest I’ve ever started marathon training.  I had mixed feelings about it.  Summer running can be brutal, but so far, I’ve been handling my runs well.  I’m getting all my miles in as planned and I feel really good after most of them too.  The combo of heart rate training and back to back long runs is just the right thing for me!  It’s feels so good to know that my body loves training this way.

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Fitness

Monday – I met my friend, Kristen, at Body Pump.  She just recently joined my gym so it’s great to have another person to meet up for classes!  After class, I met up with Marty, Christie, and Amy to run the route for a 5K he’s helping with in November.  The city made some changes to the route and we needed to run it for ourselves.  It was also so flippin’ hot out there.  The dew point was at 74 when we started.  It was not that great of a run, but we all suffered together.  3.01 miles @11:44 pace.  I walked a lot due to my HR coming up. It’s tough to run after BP.

Tuesday- Cara and I met early to run 4 miles.  We had a pretty decent run considering how humid it was when we started.  We looked like two drowned rats when we finished.  Just soaked with sweat.  It was one of those runs where we would have had a puddle if we had wrung out our clothes.  4 miles @11:12 pace I didn’t record my avg HR.

Wednesday – Another early run with Cara.  Each morning was a bit cooler and a little less humid.  We ran a similar route and felt better running it each time.  We ran a lot more then we did the day before.  4 miles @11:03 pace avg HR 127

 Thursday – This was the best morning to run!   72 degrees, slight drizzle when we finally started.  It had poured buckets right before and right after.  We found the window of time in between to get our run in!  Same out as the day before! 4 miles @10:48 pace avg HR 125  If that doesn’t prove how much the dew point/temp/humidity has on pace, I don’t know what else will.  3 different runs and days, same route.  Further reason to treat each run as the day allows too. 🙂

 Friday – 1 mile “rest” day @11:50 pace

Saturday – 7 miles with Christine and crew at Salem Lake.  We haven’t been in there in ages so it was fun to hit the trail.  It’s 7 miles around the lake, so we were able to run around once. Our run was really good!! 7 miles @10:51 pace avg HR 135. We hit one of our favorite post run breakfast places in Winston, Mary’s Gourmet Diner.  So good!

 Sunday – 8 more miles with Christine.  With a second long run, I never know how it might go. We totally lucked out with some cool morning temps! We ran really well and finished just under 1:30 @11:07 pace and avg HR 127! We hardly had to walk today and kept a great pace.

Total weekly miles: 31.10 miles

2015 Year to Date Miles: 832.17 on my way to 1500.

Meals

Whoo wee!  Our meals this week were so good.  Just when I think we’ve tried the best of the best from Hello Fresh, they kick it up another notch with some awesome recipes.  We ate some really tasty meals this week and I was one happy cooking momma! 🙂

Our Meals:

  • Mellow Mushroom pizza after our run on Monday.  So good!  Made that bad run all better. 🙂
  • BBQ Chicken Sliders with tangy coleslaw
  • Shrimp Po Boys with wedge salad
  • Ginger Marinated Steak wraps hellofreshjuly21

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Weekly Fitness and Meal Planning

I’m starting week 4 of 7 Bridges Marathon training.  So far, I’ve been rolling through each week feeling really good.  Despite the heat and humidity, my runs are going as scheduled and I’ve had some really solid runs.  This is my last week of building mileage, a back down week is coming up soon.

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Monday – 3 early miles and Body Pump class

Tuesday – 4 miles

Wednesday – 4 miles

Thursday – 4 miles

Friday – 1 mile “rest” day

Saturday – 8 miles

Sunday – 9 miles

Total weekly miles: 33 miles

I also plan on adding in two different short weight/HIIT workouts throughout the week too.

Meal Plan

We are still loving Hello Fresh and our weekly options.  Each week, I am so excited to see what choices we have for the upcoming week.  Eating home cooked meals is a huge change for us and I’m seeing the benefits in how I feel and in my weight.  It is far easier to maintain and lose when I’m eating meals that I’m cooking.  We still treat ourselves to a night out or two for dinner, but it’s not an every day thing.

This week’s meals:

  • Lemony Basil Chicken with artichoke hearts and broccolini
  • Fusilloni with beef and ricotta
  • Smoky Black Bean and Sweet Potato tacos
  • Tuna Melts on Rye Bread

I’m leaving one night open because there may be a Taco trip. 🙂

What’s on your fitness plan?  Has your fall training started?  Any yummy meals planned?

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Saturday Morning Motivation

Happy Saturday morning!  It’s almost time to hit the pavement.  A group of us are headed to a local trail to run around Salem Lake.  We haven’t been out there in some time so I’m looking forward to it.  One loop is 7 miles around which is perfect for today’s long run, 7 miles!  I have 8 tomorrow.

I got to thinking that right around now is when lots of people are starting their fall marathon/half training so I found just the perfect thing!  It’s from Our Sole Intent again.  I just love their stuff.  Can you tell?!

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We are all a part of a running family, cheering each other on!  As we all embark on our own training journeys, we are tied together!  Whether you are tackling those miles alone or with your own running crew, you have others near and far, rooting for you!  So for the next several weeks, we are all one big training family! 🙂  Let’s do this thing!

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Friday Five: Summer Drinks

It’s Friday!!  It’s Friday!!  Oh my!!  It’s Friday!  (kind of sing that just a little bit)

I’m super excited about today’s Friday Five.  It’s all about our favorite summertime drinks.  With temps up high, who doesn’t love some cold refreshing beverages.  Some of them taste great after a run; others are my go to beverages when we hang out at the beach or pool.  favorite summer drinks#1 Iced Caramel Macchiato

I’m a sucker for iced coffee already, but with the added sweetness of the caramel, it’s that much better.  I’ve treated myself to one of these after a few morning runs already this summer.  It just tastes amazing after a hot, steamy run!icedcoffee

#2 Petey’s Bing Cherry Sodas

I found these sodas at the grocery store and I’m hooked.  I love cherry flavored anything so these are a win! They come in 3 different flavors, but the blackberry cherry is my favorite.  I have started drinking these more in order to try and stop drinking diet drinks all together.  They only have 40 calories so I feel the trade would be a win.

This just in!  They have just announced a new flavor: Bing Crisp!  It combines apples with cherries and only 30 calories. Score! #3 Fruit Infused Brews

I am usually an IPA girl, but I’ve broken from my usual beer now and then for all the tasty fruit infused brews.  My absolute favorite which surprises me is Illusive Traveler, a grapefruit shandy.  I don’t usually like grapefruit very much, but this beer is so refreshing and light that it makes it the perfect beer for the beach and pool.  I also like Curious Traveler, a lemon shandy and Big Squeeze UFO from Harpoon.  I treated myself to my other favorite the other day after mowing the lawn, Lagunitas Little Sumpin’ Sumpin’.  It was THE perfect beverage!  It’s not a fruity beer, but it’s a tasty hoppy wheat beer, which is a lot lighter to drink in the summer. It’s silky like all the fruit ones too. #4 Half and Half Tea

I’m not usually a iced tea drinker, but lately, a glass of really super cold iced tea hits the spot after a run.  Here in NC, we have sweet tea, but I like to mix my tea about 90-10 (90 percent unsweet, 10 percent sweet).  It’s just the right mix of sweetness for me.

#5 Good ol’ fashioned iced water

Nothing beats a glass of iced cold water.  There’s nothing quite like it.  Everything else tastes great, but water just quenches your thirst.  I go through bottles of Essentia more now in the summer than I do in the winter time.  I feel like it’s the one thing that I can do daily to be sure that I’m not only hydrating for my runs well, but then I’m also drinking it post run to make sure I’m putting everything back in. essentiapic

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Thinking Out Loud

We are over halfway through the week and I’m thinking out loud today!  Let’s get to it! 🙂

Thinking-Out-LoudWe’ve lived in our house for just over 10 years now and it’s time for some facelifts.  I am going to tackle the kitchen first because it will be the easiest to overhaul.  When we moved in, I had a thing for orange paint and the bottom half of the walls beneath the chair rail is this faux finish orangish color.  I’m sick of looking at it now.  I think I’m going to go with a deep gray.  I also want to find something to do with all the stuff above the cabinets.  We have vaulted ceilings in the kitchen so I need to come up with something to fill that space or the kitchen will look really tiny.  I’m not sure what to do yet.  I’m tossing around the idea of doing solid white items and adding in color based on the season.  I’m just not sure.

I’ve not been on Pinterest for some time and I got on there to look for some ideas and I successfully spent way too much time searching through kitchen ideas, clothing, quotes and any other random thing I found.  I knew that was going to happen.  In the midst of pinning kitchen ideas, I did start a Stitch Fix board for my stylist.  At least something productive came out of that!  After looking back at my Stitch Fix board, I also realized that I pinned only all black clothing.  It figures!

I’m kind of addicted to Fiber One bars.  They came out with a whole bunch of new flavors and I eat them for dessert.  My favorite?  Salted Caramel Cheesecake.  No wait, Blueberry Streusel.  No.  It’s Cinnamon Coffee Cake.  Ok, maybe the Lemon Bar.  Chocolate Chip Brownie!  I love them all!  I can’t pick a favorite.  I have to remind myself to just eat one.  Most of them are 90 calories and are the perfect sweet treat!

Women’s Only Running School is in full gear now.  We’ve held three days of assessments for the ladies to come out to a local track and complete a one timed mile.  Their mile times will help to place them into groups.  We’ve had 90 ladies show up at this point with our last assessment tonight. I’m super excited to meet my group next week Thursday and start our training.  My friend, Julie, has coached for years so I’m happy to know someone out there coaching also.  It will be helpful for me to ask her questions as needed.

And lastly, I mentioned a book I was reading about recognizing “life traps”.  It inspired me to look at common fitness traps that we’ve all had at some point.  Anyways, I finished reading through the section that I felt would be of most help to how I’ve been feeling and I’m happy to say that I’ve seen some improvement already in how I’m dealing with certain situations.  I’ve shut off some of the spiral of thoughts I would normally have.  It also helps that Cara and I had a really good run talk on Tuesday morning.  She’s really insightful about everything too.  She has been an amazingly awesome listener for me, even when I ramble.  It’s great to have friends who I can have these types of conversations with often.

So what is on your mind?  What are you thinking about it? 

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Pieces of Me

My blogging friend, Wendy from Taking The Long Way Home, tagged me in a her most recent post.  She answered several fun questions about herself and now it’s my turn!  I love these types of things, not only do they get me thinking but they also give you even more pieces of me and who I am.

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What is something people might be surprised to learn about you?

I’m 41 years old and I have a woobie.  Yup, a blankie.  It’s not even a special blanket, it was a freebie from a department store.  Somehow, I started sleeping with it 3 years ago and now I take it everywhere with me.  I have no clue why all of a sudden I have a sudden affinity for a blanket, but I do.  It’s become a running joke among my family and friends.

Have you ever met someone famous?

Yes!!  Although I haven’t talked about it in a while.  I’m a rocker chick.  Love, love, love rock music.  A few years ago, I won tickets through the local radio station to a concert and I got to meet one of the bands.  This is me with the guys from Crossfade.  Now if I can figure out how to meet Pete from Chevelle, I’d be one happy girl! 🙂 crossfade

I’ve also met Bert Yasso at the Richmond Marathon Expo.  He was super nice and signed my bib.

What is something you hope will never come back in style?

Every time I think surely something won’t come back in style, it does.  Take tunics and leggings which I wore all the time in high school.  That look came back and I totally love it, again.  Granted back then, we had stir up leggings.  Remember those?  Every style eventually comes back in its 2.0 version.  Fanny packs?  There are still versions of them out now.  Slimmer and sleeker, but they are fanny packs.  Honestly, every thing I’ve thought of have an updated version of it now.  Let me think outside the fashion sense.   I got it.  Colored ketchup.  I hope colored ketchups never return.  Ew.heinz-ez-squirt-275What is one thing on your travel/must see bucket list?

I have an obsession with going to two different places:  San Antonio, TX and Portland, ME.  I have no idea why I’m drawn to San Antonio.  I’m just drawn to going there.  I think the Riverwalk looks amazing and I just want to see it.  Nick’s been to Portland, ME for work and he loved it!  The little bit of research I’ve done, it looks like the coolest place to visit.  I’ve never been to Maine or Texas so it would be great to see both!  Even better if I could run a race there.

Who would you want to play you in a movie of your life?

There is only one choice for this role.  Lauren Graham from the Gilmore Girls.  My kiddos at school and some friends say that she’s my Doppelganger.  So who better to play me in a movie about me?! 

Who is your favorite Disney Princess?

I don’t have a favorite, but I am a bit giddy when we see them when we visit Disney.  My actual favorite Disney character is Mary Poppins and Alice from Alice in Wonderland.  I love Mary Poppins’ creativity and I love that Alice was the only one getting herself out of Wonderland. She wasn’t waiting for a Prince to save her.

What would you sing at karaoke at night?

I love some karaoke!!  Love it!  Christine and I spent one night singing song after song after song in Asheville while Cara laughed at us.  My go to songs?  Anything by Joan Jett.  “I Love Rock n Roll’ and “I Hate Myself for Loving You” are my two anthems! 

Who would you want to be stranded on a desert island with?

I’d choose Nick. I’m the handy one, but he’s the cook.  Being both type A personalities would probably be our demise, but we’d at least get to spend our time together.

What clothing item/accessory/shoes do you have too much of in your closet?

Black clothes.  My whole closet is filled with 99.9% black clothing.  It’s my uniform of choice.  I have some color and jeans thrown in there, but it’s mostly black.  Even my running clothes are too.

What is your biggest pet peeve?

I have several but my biggest pet peeve? People who drive/drive slow in the passing lane.  It grates on my last nerve.  Aggravates the snot out of me.  That lane is for passing!!  I know that you might be making a left turn 15 miles down the road, but come on!  Please move over!

It’s your turn!  Pick a question and answer it!

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