I failed this week.
Actually, let’s call it a hiccup on my “Gross But Necessary” journey.
I’m sad to report that I only got out for one run this week… it was this morning.
I did do some walking… which makes me feel a little better… but I also did a lot of eating…
Anyway, here is week 5:
Friday-Sunday: Fail. Between being slammed at work, lack of sleep and rushing to get everything ready for our trip, exercise took a back seat. I didn’t plan my days well and definitely felt the lack of movement. Ick.
Monday-Tuesday: The hubs and I did a lot of walking around Seneca Falls and Watkins Glen and took the stairs back and forth to our fourth floor hotel room (yes, this does make me feel better!)…unfortunately my phone was dead so no photo proof was taken. Semi-Fail.
Wednesday-2 mile night walk. Farmer Ben and I were both a little tired after our first day back from vacay, but realized we needed to get some exercise, so we headed out for a brisk walk. It felt get to move and we vowed to get our butts out of bed in the morning.
Thursday-4.42 miles. I am really proud of myself for two reasons. First, I managed to drag my butt out of bed… and Ben’s. Second, I finished faster than I expected. My average pace was 9:15… and it felt good!
Because we had gotten a later start, I didn’t think that we were going to do this particular route… I was wrong.
I was determined to be back home by a certain time to avoid rushing to get ready for work. I made it! This was one of those confidence boosting runs. And I needed it.
Overall, this week was a wash but I redeemed myself with today’s run. I can’t describe how great I felt when I hit my driveway.
Time management is my focus for next week. Whether it be making sure to lay out my running gear or setting my alarm clock a few minutes earlier, my goal is to be able to take my time and not have to hurry through a workout.
What are your biggest training obstacles?