By sideways I’m not referring to walking sideways on my treadmill, although I’ve been doing that — and backwards — at the end of some of my runs. If you decide to give that a try, don’t forget to turn the pace way down!
My week was off to a nice start. I’ve been slowly increasing my mileage, and getting in lots of other activity too. Then it all went sideways on Thursday — I woke up feeling okay, but by the end of the day I definitely didn’t.
I’m on the mend, but activity is definitely still limited to gentle yoga and resting.
I know I felt run down when we got back from Savannah, and I took time off from running to give my body a break. I eased back into running nice and slow. This is one of those I feel fine one moment, and really don’t the next though. Probably something I caught from my niece, who was coughing, and teaches
And linking up with Jenn @ Runswithpugs, Brandi @ Funnerrunner, Anna Louise @ Graciouswarriorprincess, Briana @ Matsmilesmedals, Meghan @ Meghanonthemove, and Elizabeth @ Trainwithbainfor RIOTS(running is our therapy)
- Monday: Yoga (30 minutes), SB WU (5 minutes), 3 progressive TM, SB WU (5 minutes), PITT28 Cardio (25)
- Tuesday: Yoga (30 minutes), SB WU (5 minutes), 2 easy TM, Dogwalk, SB WU (5 minutes)PITT28 Legs (25 minutes)
- Wednesday: Yoga (30 minutes), SB WU (8 minutes), PITT28 Cardio (25 minutes)
- Thursday: Rest/sick day
- Friday: Gentle Yoga (30 minutes)
- Saturday: Gentle Yoga (30 minutes)
- Sunday: Gentle Yoga (30 minutes)
Mileage: 5 (-6)
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Apparently my treamill & I have dates on Mondays now. I added a mile, and the first couple of miles seem to go pretty fast. Another #icouldrunoutside #butidontwanttobecold day.
Just a steady couple of miles on the treadmill at a slightly faster pace than I’ve been running my easy runs.
Favorites of the week
I’d heard chatter about the Umbrella Academy on Netflix so we checked it out. Sad to say this one wasn’t a favorite — it was too bizarre for both of us and we only watched the first episode.
The Widow, on the other hand, captured both of our attentions — and held them. We should be finished with that one today sometime.
Mr. Judy found the movie Kodachrome (we’re on a Netflix roll, apparently), and that was pretty good. Then we watched Triple Frontier last night, which was interesting but to my mind seemed to lack plot development. I’m not saying there wasn’t any, there was, but nothing terribly new — bad things happen when people get greedy.
Not a favorite: I’d been looking forward to the warmer weather forecast for the end of the week, hoping to be able to run in a skirt. Friday we broke the record, it was just a smidge over 70 (yesterday and today we’re having snow squalls). Nope, didn’t get to enjoy it at all. Bummer.
Finally I was a little surprised by people’s reactions to my post about getting in 5 miles in my home here. I did mention that it was done a little at a time, not all at once. A few minutes here, a few minutes there. Not to mention the last couple of days, when I truly have not been active at all and have spent most of my day laying on the couch, I’ve still gotten in a mile just from normal everyday movement.
On a normal day, without trying, I typically get in 2-3 miles around the house — that’s not counting the extra steps by trying to move each hour. Just going up and downstairs for the dogs, to exercise, to work on the desktop, etc.; moving around the house; taking out garbage, etc. We don’t have a McMansion, either!
Talk to me:
Any Netflix or Amazon Prime recommendations? (hopefully I won’t be watching that much tv going forward but always good to hear what other people find interesting).
How many steps do you think you get moving around your house?
Did you break any weather records this week where you live?