Tuesday, April 14, 2015

2 on Tuesday




Does anyone else struggle to drink enough water?  I am the worst at it.  I've tried various ways of tracking (FitBit, My Fitness Pal, using my planner to check off a certain number of cups a day), but they just haven't worked for me.  I always do it but it wouldn't force me to drink.  But one of my Oiselle Flock-mates recently introduced me to a new app which has been working really well for me.  It's called Plant Nanny.  You download it, fill in some info (height, weight, activity level) and it recommends a level of water.  It does recommend a lot of water, so I had to adjust my activity level until I got a lower amount (if I'm struggling getting water in, I wanted to at least make it an amount I can do).  You mark off how much water you drink and your plant grows.  It'll notify you if you haven't drank water lately.  If you don't make it, your plant dies (or wilts, I've been doing good and haven't missed a day so not sure).  It does remind me a little of one those Tamagotchi things from my youth (did I just age myself?), but is is making me drink more water.  So that is a good thing.  And I'm kinda a nerd so I like watching my plant grow.

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Registration for the WDW Marathon weekend events for Annual Passholders opened today noon.  Fortunately, I am an AP holder and get to take advantage of this perk - if you are not an AP holder, don't worry, they only open a small percentage for passholders and the rest will be available on April 28th for general registration.  I was able to log on at noon and register.  The process was surprisingly easy - not sure if Active is finally ready to handle runDisney registrations or if less people were trying to do it vs. Wine and Dine.  I am doing the Half again in 2016.  I won't lie, there were a couple of times during this past fall where I actually missed training for the full and thought maybe I would do Goofy this year.  In fact, a couple of my travel buddies for this race are going to be doing Goofy.  But, I decided to only do the half (and I feel quite calm about my decision).  Coming out of the PR this weekend at Raleigh, I am leaning towards racing Rt 66 to try and PR.  And honestly, I am just not sure how I would feel having to continue doing marathon training for Goofy (they are only 6 weeks apart).  I think I made the right decision for me and am excited to do the half again!

Monday, April 13, 2015

Training recap week of 4/6 (Pixie Dust Challenge Week 14)

Let's just say that this week's training recap is not at all what I thought it was going to be about.  I thought it was going to be about a pretty normal training week with a half marathon thrown in.  Which I used as part of a Pixie Dust Challenge progression training build (Friday, Saturday and Sunday runs).  But, if you follow me on Instagram, you already know that was not quite what happened - I got an unexpected, pretty big, PR!

I'm still a bit in shock - PR'ing was in my goals for the year, but I did not think it would happen yesterday.  I wasn't planning on it and spent several hours on Saturday tasting my way around Raleigh's breweries and eating lots of barbeque.  I didn't get enough sleep Saturday night.  The course was hilly (oh so hilly).  But somehow, it still happened (maybe Tinker Bell visited me while I slept and gave me some Pixie Dust?).

I'll have a full recap of RnR Raleigh soon (and I promise, I want to write it while I still remember everything!), but it was just one of those days were everything comes together.  It was magical.  It made me so appreciate the times I dragged myself out to do runs in snow, sleet, freezing temps, etc.  It definitely would not have been possible if I hadn't put in the work, that much I know.  More to come in my recap this week!

Monday
Scheduled: Rest
Actual: Rest
Cross Training: :45 second plank, Sleek Arms Day 6

Tuesday
Scheduled: 5 miles easy
Actual: 4 mi, 38:54, 9:43 pace
Cross Training: Tone It Up Bikini Arms, :50 second plank, Sleek Arms Day 7

Wednesday
Scheduled: 7 miles easy
Total miles: 7.06 mi, 1:07:04, 9;30 pace
Cross Training: Tone It Up Mali Booty, :55 second plank, Sleek Arms Day 8

Thursday
Scheduled: Rest
Actual: Rest
Cross Training: New Balance Girls Night Out - The Sports Barre, 1:00 second plank, Sleek Arms Day 9

Tonight was the first Girls Night Out of 2015!  It was another fun time and challenging workout!

Friday
Scheduled: 1 mile easy
Actual: 1.00, 9:30, 9:30 pace
Cross Training: 1:01 second plank, Sleek Arms Day 10

Saturday
Scheduled: 3 miles easy
Actual: 3.1 mi, 29:27, 9:30 pace 
Cross Training: 1:02 second plank, Sleek Arms Day 11

Sunday
Scheduled: Rock and Roll Raleigh Half Marathon
Actual: 13.19 mi, 1:47:39, 8:10 pace (based on my Garmin)
Cross Training: 1:03 second plank, Sleek Arms Day 12

Total miles: 28.35
Total April miles: 49.93
Miles until goal (1,250): 931.94
Cross Training: 3/4

Wednesday, April 8, 2015

Training recap week of 3/30 (Pixie Dust Challenge Week 13)


How is it Wednesday already?  It was Monday, I blinked and now it's Wednesday!  This week has been crazy busy and I got behind in posting my weekly recap.  

We had some nice weather last week, but it has turned chilly again.  AGAIN.  I know I'm beating a dead horse, but I am so over this winter.  Hopefully then end is in site.

I slacked a bit last week in terms of cross training, but I was still able to get 3 in (plus I'm doing a plank a day and the Blogilates Sleek Arm Challenge, but I'm not considering those part of my 4 a week goal - they are bonus!).

Monday
Scheduled: Rest
Actual: Rest
Cross Training: Dirty 30 (21 Day Fix), :10 second plank

Tuesday
Scheduled: 5 miles easy
Actual: 4.5 mi, 42:35, 9:28 pace
Cross Training: :15 second plank

Wednesday
Scheduled: Speedwork - 5 x 0.5 mile @ Half Marathon Pace, 0.25 mi recovery (plus warm up and cool down)
Total miles: 5.8 mi total
Paces: 8:12, 8:11, 8:13, 8:01, 7:56
Cross Training: :20 second plank, Sleek Arms Day 1

Thursday
Scheduled: 5 miles easy
Actual: 5.00 mi, 50:43, 10:08 pace
Cross Training: Yoga Fix (21 Day Fix), :25 second plank, Sleek Arms Day 2

Friday
Scheduled: Rest
Actual: Rest
Cross Training: Total Body Cardio Fix (21 Day Fix), :30 second plank, Sleek Arms Day 3

Saturday
Scheduled: Hot Chocolate 15K
Actual: 9.39 mi, 1:31:00, 9:42 pace 
Cross Training: :35 second plank, Sleek Arms Day 4

Sunday
Scheduled: 1-2 miles easy
Actual: 1.39 mi, 15:45, 11:18 pace
Cross Training: :40 second plank, Sleek Arms Day 5

Total miles: 26.08
Total March miles: 102.36
Total April miles: 21.58
Miles until goal (1,250): 960.29
Cross Training: 3/4

Thursday, April 2, 2015

Race Recap: Princess Half Marathon 2015

Here it is!  Don't forget to check out my expo and 10K recaps as well!

Princess Half Marathon
February 22, 2015

State: repeat (Florida)
Lifetime: #52

As is the norm for all Disney races, it was another early morning wake up call.  I had laid all my clothing out the night before, so getting ready was a breeze.

I was running the race with my cousin Colleen (who I ran it with last year) and two of my cousins-in-law, Amy and Mary (married to two of my cousins, both of whom are Colleen's brothers).  Colleen had made us adorable matching shirts that said "Once Upon a Run".  Colleen and I opted to pair ours with Sparkle Athletic skirts!

The girls were in a connecting room and we said good bye to our moms and Mary (who luckily got to go back to sleep!).  The weather was much warmer then the day before, but still slightly chilly.  Mary and Colleen had brought throw away clothing, but it was Amy's first half and us seasoned runners forgot to tell her to bring throwaway's.  Oops!  Fortunately, I had an extra heat sheet from the day before Amy could use (and it was so much warmer then Saturday which helped a lot!).

The line for the bus wasn't too long (we got on the second one) and hit minimal traffic on the way to the start.  Once we got there and made it through bag check, we met up with Abby and her sister who were also running.  We chatted a bit, used the bathrooms and then headed to baggage and the start.  As I said, this was Amy's first half and she was feeling a little nervous and wanted to get to the corrals a bit early.  I've been there before and know that feeling so I understood.

I was in corral B but the other girls were farther back, so we could start together.  We were in the J corral.  We hung out in the corral for a while and then it was time to start.  Fortunately, they were sending the corrals off pretty quickly (more quickly then I feel like they did the year before) and we only had to wait about 25ish minutes, which I felt was quick for Corral J.

Colleen and I had planned to run together.  Mary likes to run by herself (plus she had a baby in July and this was her first race back), so she went off on her own.  We actually stayed in the vicinity of her the whole race and would play leap frog when we stopped for photo's and the bathroom.  Amy didn't really have a plan, but she stayed with us until about mile 5.5.  Colleen and I stopped for the bathroom, but Amy wasn't sure she'd start again if she stopped (know that feeling as well!).  Similar to Mary, we saw her several times throughout the race.

The first 5 miles went by pretty quickly - Colleen, Amy and I chatting and catching up the whole time.  It was a bit crowded at the beginning, but it did start to thin out right as we passed through the parking toll booths.

We passed several characters on the way (Captain Jack Sparrow, the Princes and the Villians) - the lines were pretty long so we skipped stopping.  I let Colleen decide which ones to stop for, as I've basically stopped for everyone at this point!

Near the speedway, we saw Vanellope out.  She didn't have a crazy line, but we decided not to stop for a picture.  Colleen's kids like the movie (but we didn't want to wait), so I grabbed a photo of Vanellope from the side.

Kinda looks like she is dancing...

After Vanellope, we headed towards the Contemporary and into Magic Kingdom.  Time for my favorite part!  Main Street was packed with spectators and as usual, never fails to give me chills!  We stopped for a group photo with the Castle in the background.  Amy almost didn't stop (as she was afraid she wouldn't start again), but she jumped in at the last minute!  So glad she did, it turned out to be a great photo.

Love it!

We continued into Tomorrowland, where we saw Buzz Lightyear.  We didn't wait in line, but I grabbed a photo from the side again.

To infinity and beyond!

Colleen and I stopped at the Tomorrowland bathrooms and Amy continued on.  We'd catch her on the road back to Epcot.  Right before we headed through the Castle, we saw Anna, Elsa and Kristoff on the balcony.  In previous years they have had the trumpeters out, but it's a good spot for those 3.  Could you imagine the lines if they were on the actual course for photo's?  No Princess Minnie and Prince Mickey out this year.  Usually, this is where they are out but there was construction going on, which is why I am guessing they weren't out.

Where's Olaf?

We made our way through the Castle - second favorite part of this race!  It's a feeling that never gets old!

As we continued on, we passed Buddy in Frontierland before heading out of the park and then Aurora and Prince Phillip.  I managed to snag a great shot of Woody - wasn't planned, sheer dumb luck!

Hey dude...

The journey back to Epcot from the Magic Kingdom was pretty typical.  I felt they had a good amount of characters out (can't really remember if I thought it was more or less then the Marathon Weekend) including Mary Poppins, some men in tux's with a glass slipper and some others.  We didn't stop for any of the photo's but they were still a good distraction from the race!

They did have one character out that I had never seen before - Vacation Genie!  I would have loved to have gotten a photo with him, but the line was ridiculous.  Even if I had been alone, I would have not stopped as the line was probably 15 minutes long.  But that didn't stop me from getting a quick picture from the side!

Love it!

Usually on the way back from Magic Kingdom, the Princes' line is much shorter and you can get a quick picture.  The line was much shorter then on the way in, but still longer then we wanted to wait.  Since we had a photo of those guys from last year, we skipped it.

The rest of the route to Epcot was pretty standard.  I know we saw the Green Army man from Toy Story on the on-ramp hill, but honestly, the rest is a bit fuzzy.  Colleen and I were chatting away and I wasn't really paying attention (which, btw, is a great way to pass a race!).

Last year as we made the turn into the backstage area of Epcot (right before you actually head into the park), they had Sophia out.  Colleen's daughter is in LOVE with Sophia right now, so were were keeping our eyes out for her.  Luckily, she was out in the same spot and there was only 2 people in line!  A quick pick of Colleen and Sophia and into Epcot we went!

No line = success!

The out and back in Epcot is not quite as spine tingling as going through Magic Kingdom (usually because we are like .5 miles from the finish and I want to be done, lol), but it's still awesome.  They had the comic Fairy Godmother out with a mic which provided some good entertainment as we came through.  The gospel choir was also in it's normal place right after you leave Epcot.  They are another one of my favorites - my body just knows by now when you hear them the end is near!

Colleen and I tried to pick it up a bit as we headed into the finish, but then we saw Prince Mickey (or King, I'm not sure, I like Prince better)... with no line... so we just had to stop for a photo!  I had gotten Princess Minnie at the Expo and now have a matching pair with Prince Mickey.  I am so glad we stopped, this is one of my favorite photo's from the race!

Prince Mickey for the win!

From there, we headed to the finish!  Our finish time was 2:16:20, which considering we made a bathroom stop and a couple of photo stops, was pretty good!  We were just running this for fun, but still beat our time from 2014 by 4 minutes.

I was tracking Amy and Mary as well and after getting our medals, I checked my phone and realized they would be finishing any minute as well!  Amy came in about 2 minutes after us and Mary 1 minute after that.  Colleen needed a bandaid (her sock had been rubbing) so we stopped by medical which was enough time for us to see Amy and Mary get their medals and meet up with them.

We all picked up some water, Powerade and headed for photo's.  I separated from the girls to get my Glass Slipper Challenge medal and photo, but they were waiting for me on the backside.

They had put out a finisher background (with race photographer) which was larger then the ones before the food.  It was perfect for large groups, so we stopped to take a photo as we definitely needed a group finisher photo!

Overall, I had a great time at this race.  Disney races don't disappoint and this one was no different.  I do wish they had had more Princesses on the actual course though - I think I only saw 1?  Seems a bit off for the Princess race and would be my one issue.

Another great race and can't wait to come back in 2016 and do it again!

Results:
Official: 13.1 miles, 2:16:20, 10:24 pace
Garmin: 13.4 miles, 2:16:18, 10:11 pace

Official finishers!

Wednesday, April 1, 2015

Goals: March recap and new April goals!

Gratuitous sunset shot
Didn't anyone else spend all day trying to figure out if the emails you were getting today were real or an April Fools Day joke?  Some were pretty obvious, some actual made me read it twice.  I did really enjoy Google's Pac Man maps.  Basically, I got to play Pac Man on the streets of my neighborhood.  I definitely took some time to play it.

But today is also the first day of April, so time to talk monthly goals.  First a recap of my March goals.

Run 100 miles - A
I ended the month at 102 miles - yay!

Complete the 14 Day Yoga Shred Challenge - A
Did this one as well!  For someone who doesn't really like yoga it was a good way to ease into it.

Do core work 4x/week - B
Did pretty good on this on.  There was one week which I didn't make it, but otherwise I got core in 4 days a week.

Lose those extra "winter" pounds - B+
I only have 1 pound to go, so this was good!

Do my taxes - B+
Done, but I did wait until the end of the month, so only giving myself a B+ on this one

Overall, I did pretty good this month.  I really like setting small monthly goals as they are more manageable to digest sometimes.

Now, on to April...

Run 100 miles
Would like to break 100 miles again this month

Complete the Blogilates 30 Day Sleek Arm Challenge
A friend shared this with me and I thought I'd give it a go this month.  It requires not weights so I can do when I'm traveling this month.  It starts small and builds from there.  Tank top season is coming after all!  Who wants to do it with me?

Complete 1 full round of 21 Day Fix
I've already started doing these workouts as part of my cross training.  I'd like to do 1 full 21 day round at some point during this month.  I just found out that I am going to be going to NOLA the first weekend of May (yes, the weekend before Tink so it's going to be a busy couple of weeks!), so between that and Tink I'd like to ramp up my workouts a bit.  I know I'll be in a bathing suit at least a little, so can't hurt right?  Plus, probably should counteract all the calories I know I'll consume in NOLA =)

Lose that last 1 pound
Continuation of my March goal, so close!

Average 7 hours of sleep a night
I track my sleep on my FitBit and lately, it has not been good.  I'm averaging in the 6-6.5 hour range which is not great.  Would like to work on bringing it up to to 7 (more then 7 would be good, but let's not go crazy here).

Share some of your goals for the month!

Tuesday, March 31, 2015

2 on Tuesday

 

Has anyone used Instacart yet?  I've seen some ads for it, but hadn't really heard much about it until last week when I friend told me she was obsessed with it and I had to try it.  It didn't take much to convince me, especially when I found out you can shop from Costco on it!  I am assuming the stores vary market to market, but for me in New York, I could order from Costco, Fairway and Whole Foods.  Basically, you can order from all 3 stores in 1 order and then they get delivered.  It was awesome because there are items I love at each store (okay, mainly Fairway and Whole Foods) but there is no way I am going to make trips to both stores to do my grocery shopping.  And since I had access to Costco, I stocked up on some items that won't go bad before I use it or I can freeze.  I now have about 15 pounds of chicken breast in my freezer and 30 rolls of TP stashed all around my apartment (basically where ever I could hid them).  I think it was a success and I'll definitely use it again - although probably not for Costco for a while (I only have so much storage space!).  If you are interested, you can use my referral code and get $10 off your first purchase + free shipping (full disclosure, I also get $5 for referring you).  Click here to check it out!


I have been in my apartment for almost 5 years, which is awesome because moving in NYC sucks.  But it's not good, because moving forces me to clean out my closet's.  And since I haven't moved in almost 5 years... my closet's are starting to overflow.  So, since it's Spring and all (even though it doesn't feel like it outside), I am trying to go through my stuff and get rid of it.  It's not like I'm a hoarder, more that I am just lazy.  So on Sunday, I took 2 full bags of stuff to donate to Goodwill and I still have another full one to bring (and I am guessing at least 2 more since I am only just starting to go through my stuff).  The closest Goodwill is a solid 30 blocks away so I have to take the subway which limits how much stuff I can bring in at once.  Here's to paring down and getting rid of some of the excess stuff in my apartment!

Anyone else doing some spring cleaning?

Monday, March 30, 2015

Training recap week of 3/23 (Pixie Dust Challenge Week 12)

 
Another week of training done and we are officially 2/3 of the way to the Pixie Dust Challenge! Only 6 weeks to go -  get excited!

This week took a slight down turn in mileage as I was fighting a bit of cold early in the week.  I never got fully sick, thankfully, but it did kill my energy levels.  I didn't do my speedwork on Wednesday and just did an easy run.  Although, won't lie, there was part of me that still wanted to do it, but I knew that it would just delay my recovery.  I was feeling better by the weekend for my long run, so that was good!

Got in a solid amount of cross training and strength workouts, so that was good.    

Monday
Scheduled: Rest
Actual: Rest
Cross Training: Total Body Cardio Fix (21 Day Fix) 

Tuesday
Scheduled: 5 miles easy
Actual: 4.58 mi, 46:01, 10:03 pace
Cross Training: Upper Fix (21 Day Fix)  

Wednesday
Scheduled: Speedwork - 3 x 1 mile @ Half Marathon Pace, 90 second recovery (plus warm up and cool down)
Total miles: 3.01 mi, 30:02, 9:59 pace 

Thursday
Scheduled: 5 miles easy
Actual: 5.51 mi, 54:37, 9:55 pace
Cross Training: Lower Fix (21 Day Fix) 

Friday
Scheduled: Rest
Actual: Rest
Cross Training: Pilates Fix (21 Day Fix) 

Saturday
Scheduled: 12 miles long run pace
Actual: 12.02 mi, 1:54:22, 9:31 pace 

Sunday
Scheduled: Rest
Actual: Rest
Cross Training: Cardio Fix (21 Day Fix) 

Total miles: 25.11
Total March miles: 97.86
Miles until goal (1,250): 986.37
Cross Training: 5/4

Thursday, March 26, 2015

Tink Updates

Yay!  We are only 6 short weeks from the start of Tinker Bell race weekend (or long weeks depending on how you look at it!).  I know I cannot wait for this weekend to come!  So, I thought I would share some Tink items that I've been ruminating on for a while.

1. The Medals

I've been meaning to write a post on this since I came home from Princess.  But time got away from me, so let's do it now (yes, my Princess Half recap is coming... it's about halfway done.  My goal is to finish it this weekend!).  Anyway, on to the shiny stuff.


I love, love, love the 10K and Half medals.  First off, it makes me so happy that the half medal hasn't changed a whole ton since I did this race back in 2012.  I love that spinner so much!  I like the addition of the pearl/silver foil that makes the wings iridescent.  Love!  I am not as big of a fan of the Pixie Dust Challenge Medal.  Don't get me wrong, I like it, I just don't love it like I do the 10K and the Half.  I wish it tied slightly more into the styling of the other medals and included Wings.  I also really like the 5K medal with the Lost Boys on it.  Of course, I forgot to take a picture of it.

2. Tink Dooney & Bourke Bags

The first year I ran Tink, I remember loving the Dooney & Bourke bags.  Unfortunately, I didn't get one that time around (I didn't know about the pre-order and the one I would have wanted was sold out by the time I got to the expo).  I was hoping to rectify that this time around.

They released the designs yesterday and pre-order started.  Of course, the bag style I liked last time (a tote bag) is not included in this years design.

Source: runDisney

Whomp, whomp.  I am also not as in love with the design as I was before (it's cute, but for me, it's not 'can't live without it' and given the price, it has to be 'can't live without it', you know?).

I think the main sticking point (for me) is that it doesn't actually mention the race on it.  It says it's a unique runDisney design and while that may be true, it looks like a Disney bag you could get normally.  Personally, I was hoping it would at least say the race weekend.

Fortunately, my wallet is safe this time around (okay, more money to spend at the expo on other items)!  Although, I reserve the right to change my mind at anytime on this point.

3. Costumes

Of course, what is a runDisney race without the costumes!  I am starting to work on mine and will share once they are finalized.  I've got 3 to plan this time around (5K, 10K and Half).  Again, I'm trying to keep it simple (no sewing or cutting apart shirts for me... again).  And given the theme of race, I am thinking one costume will be a fairy (I mean, I gotta, right?).  So here are today's question for you all...

Have you ever run in wings before?  Sparkle Athletic has some, but I am worried about actually running in them.  I see a lot of people wearing them, but don't actually know if they are comfortable.

If you've run them before, please let me know how it went!

Since they aren't finalized, I'm still taking costume suggestions.  Share your favorite costumes with me!

Tuesday, March 24, 2015

2 on Tuesday


If you follow me on Instagram, you'll know that I chopped my hair off this weekend.  It was relatively spontaneous.  I had a haircut scheduled, but was planning on just getting a trim.  But towards the end of the week, my long hair started driving me nuts.  So, come Saturday morning, I decided to cut it off.  While I've had my hair long for a while now, I am no stranger to short hair.  I did this a couple of years ago and knew when I was ready to cut it this time, I'd do it in one cut and donate it.  I don't get really attached to my hair or upset when I cut it, so it's not a huge deal for me.  I am going to be donating the 10" to Pantene's Beautiful Lengths program.   I'm loving the bob so far (so light for Spring!) and it is so much easier to do in the AM!  Has seriously cut my hair time in the mornings by 15 minutes.


I bought 21 Day Fix from Beachbody (the people who do P90X) last year and only followed it occasionally.  It's a pretty simple program - 21 days of 30 minute workouts plus a portion control meal plan.  I'm not sure why I never really followed it through (guess I just wasn't in the right mindset yet).  As you know from my March goals, I want to lose a couple of pounds.  I am easing myself into it and have been following the meal plan portion for a couple of weeks now.

The great part about it is there is no calorie counting - you are allotted a certain number of each container (based on your goal) and then you just eat that number of containers.  They may look small, but looks are deceiving in this case and they hold a lot of food!  I'm going to start adding in the workouts as well this week.  I haven't decided if I am going to do them everyday or start with a couple of days as cross training.  Either way, I am trying to take it one day at a time.  Bathing suit season is coming up!

Monday, March 23, 2015

Training recap week of 3/16 (Pixie Dust Challenge Week 11)


Another week of training in the books! This past week was a busy one (hence the lack of posts) between work, training and going home for my niece's birthday.  It was a great time, but when all combined, a crazy week!

I also must have jinxed myself with the weather because after the nice weather the week before, it turned cold again and has been in the 30's!  And to top it all of we got 3 inches of snow on Friday.  Happy first day of Spring, right?  I am definitely ready for some more moderate temperatures!

I didn't do as great with cross training this week, only getting 3 days in.  But, I did get a nice set of progression runs in.  My legs were definitely feeling it by Day 3 so I need to make sure to keep doing these heading into Tinker Bell.  Only 7 weeks to go!

Monday
Scheduled: Rest
Actual: Rest
Cross Training: Twist and Shout (Tone it up)

Tuesday
Scheduled: 5 miles easy
Actual: 5.05, 47:48, 9:27 pace

Wednesday
Scheduled: 6 miles easy
Total miles: 6.00 mi, 58:04, 9:41 pace

Thursday
Scheduled: Rest
Actual: Rest
Cross Training: Bikini Abs (Tone it up)

Friday
Scheduled: 1.5 miles easy
Actual: 1.53 mi, 14:31, 9:31 pace
Cross Training: 21 Day Fix 10 Minute Fix Abs

Saturday
Scheduled: 3.5 miles long run
Actual: 3.5 mi, 33:49, 9:40 pace

Sunday
Scheduled: 10 miles long run
Actual: 10.00 mi, 1:35:48, 9:35 pace
Cross Training: Yoga Shred Day 14

Total miles: 26.09
Total March miles: 72.75
Miles until goal (1,250): 1,011.49
Cross Training: 3/4