I apologize I fell a little behind this week. Another month has come and gone. It is always good to see where we stand. Have we improved? Well we shall see. I looks like there was not much activity for us personally. Here was our schedule for that week.
Monday-speed work (1 mile warm up)(8×400) 5k pace (1 mile cool down)
Tuesday- 5 miles (comfortable pace)
Wednesday-(1 mile warm up)(1 or 2 miles time trials) (1 mile cool down)
Thursday- easy (stretch,roll,core work)
Friday- Daniel(6.2 miles) Blanca(total of 12 miles- 4 legs)
March-77 miles (need to start increasing mileage soon)
I would say that one of our biggest events this week was our time trials. As for Blanca, well let’s just say she was on pace to possibly demolish her best 5 k by a minute. I personally ran my best 1 mile ever. Here the recap.
As you can see above I ran a personal best of 6:13 for the 1 mile. Blanca ran a 13:27 2 mile. Well under her or pace for the 5k. This was definitely a fun evening.
We hope to see many more improvements. It’s hard work but definitely well worth it.
After this both Blanca and I had to prepare because it was time for us to Volunteer for Ragnar Relay race. The race began in Bastrop, Tx ———————————> Luckenbach, Tx. I hear it was a total of 200 miles covered by 12 teammates. Our volunteer shift began at 5:30 am – 9am. Where we would then meet up with our team and enjoy the ride.
Our team started at 9:30 am which allowed us to see our first leg coming in strong.
Later that evening
We made it home around midnight.
Blanca and I always thank
Downtown Run Group for the friends and motivation to keep striving for goals.
Thanks also goes out to IAAP training for your warm welcome in the your family. Your speed work is tough but results in improvements.
If you want to ever visit one of these two excellent teams click on links below.
… Run inspired…