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Workouts – Last Week Today – January 29

fontover_201671013354641-1.jpgThis week, I eased into running one week post marathon.  I am taking it slow and easy…  best way to recovery, I think.  I didn’t feel any soreness or DOMS after the race., and for that I am thankful.

I am enjoy running easy, and although I do have a race on the horizon, I’m not too worried about it.  I am actually thinking about running that race as a “fun” run.

This is how my week ended up:

Sunday – 5 miles easy… first run after the marathon, felt awesome!

Monday – 4 miles easy… enjoyed it with the Gooses Acre Running Club.

Tuesday – Yin Yoga. Still in love with this class!

Wednesday – 3 miles easy

Thursday – Rest.

Friday – Rest.

Saturday – 4 miles easy with Sorcha.


Total Miles = 16

I’m linking up with HoHo Runs and MissSippi Piddlin’ for the Weekly Wrap.



  1. Kimberly Hatting

    Although the rest and recovery feel good, it always amazes me how much I actually miss the consistent running. I usually don’t realize I’m missing it until I get back in my “regular” routine, though.
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  2. HoHo Runs

    Having no soreness or ill effects after your marathon is testament to a great training cycle! But, it’s smart to take it easy for a while. Your body does deserve some rest and recovery. Also, I think fun runs are the best kind. No pressure at all! Thanks for linking, Vicki!


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