WEEK THREE RECAP:
Monday, March 5th: Walked two miles around Disney’s boardwalk and downtown area.
March 6th: 2.09 miles on the Treadmill. 32 minutes. 15:21 pace.
March 7th: 1.5 miles on the Treadmill at a level 1 incline. 24 minutes. 16 minute pace.
March 8th: Rest Day
March 9th: 1.13 miles, outside. 22 minutes. 19:44 pace.
This was supposed to be an outside run. However my legs were tired and heavy. I couldn’t get moving and only managed to run the last .25 mile.
March 10th: Rest Day
March 11th: Volunteered at an event and while it wasn’t a traditional cardio workout, I sure did work up a sweat over the course of a few hours. Up and down two flights of stairs, lifting 40 pound rubber mats, loading them into a trailer, and pushed a broom to sweep gymnasium floor.
Friday’s “run” was a struggle and quite difficult. My weigh in this morning was equally as difficult. Both situations bring up old insecurities and self-doubt. Not exactly how I wanted to begin this week leading up to the Berry Patch 5K on Sunday.
I’ll cover all that in a post immediately following this one.
WEEK FOUR GOAL:
Two runs about 2.25 miles long, one of which should be outside.
Have the best possible 5K on Sunday. Work on my self-doubt.
After stepping on the scale this morning I didn’t even want to bother with other measurements.