Nothing very exciting going on this week. No running to report (planned for break). Although I actually did get in more miles walking than I normally would with running, due to the Run for Ruth distance challenge.
- Monday: Yoga (50 min), Dogwalk, Yoga (20 min)
- Tuesday: Yoga (50 min), Dogwalk, RGB Walk 3.13, Yoga (20 min)
- Wednesday: Yoga (50 min), Dogwalk./RBG Walk 3.58, Yoga (15 min)
- Thursday: Yoga (50 min),RBG Walk/Dogwalk 4.63, Yoga (20 min)
- Friday: Yoga (50 min), RBG Walk/Dogwalk 3.20, PB Walk + Toning (25 min)
- Saturday: Yoga (50 min), RBG Walk/Dogwalk 2.5, Filmed Yoga Videos (40 min)
- Sunday: Yoga (40 min), RBG Walk with a friend 5.62, Yoga (20 min)
Mileage: 0 (-10)
Walking: 22.62 miles
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Week intention: taking it easy
Which meant no running for me this week. Despite decent weather, I didn’t really miss it, either. I did lots of walking. I *think* Bandit seems to be enjoying his extra, solo walks.
Favorites of the week
Lola continues to improve, but we’re not back to walks yet. The vet suggested only on grass. Well, she’s running around the backyard & where the heck are we going to be able to go for a short walk on grass? Actually I do have a few ideas.
But first a walk with a friend this morning. Miles always go by more quickly with a friend.
Earlier in the week I visited Saratoga Spa State Park. I have run and raced a handful of times in this park, in fact normally I’d be doing a 10k there in a couple of weeks, but I don’t really know my way around it well and quite frankly I don’t think the road and trail signs are great.
Still I had a very nice walk that morning, enjoying the changing leaves and a waterfall or two.
The main reason I joined the walk for Ruth was the tshirt. Well, of course to honor her memory, too. Have you done a virtual just because you liked the swag?
Do you think the trails in your area are well marked?
What is one thing you’re proud you did this week?
ICYMI: An easy AM Yoga flow to banish any stiffness after sleeping here. Please excuse the resting b#*ch face. Sometimes it’s hard to get a great still!
Coming up on Tuesday: I’m finally giving you the lowdown on nasal breathing. On Friday
I’ll suggest a few ways you can make virtual races more funI’m explaining why I decided to take a running break.