*Disclaimer: my workouts are designed specially for me by my coach, Jake Gillette. I will be giving you some general ideas of what I did over the last week, but not all the specifics since they are designed to meet the level I am at, for what my goals are, and it is also my coaches business.
Following the Mardi Gras Chaser a little over a week ago, I am now in the beginning stages of a dry spell for races. At this time, I don’t have any races planned until April 23. This is the least amount of races I remember having planned during the spring. I know I will want to race, but I believe it will be good for me to focus on my training for a little while.
- Monday: 6 mile recovery
- Tuesday: 8 tempo run.
- Wednesday: 6 miles east
- Thursday: 7 miles, 5 of those were interval training
- Friday: 10 miles easy
- Saturday: 16 miles
Tuesday’s run was by far my best run of the week. Truthfully, I wasn’t too far off my 10k average pace from a few days earlier which is sad to think about. Thursday’s run was alright. Saturday, I just couldn’t get it going for that long run. Legs were dead.
- Week: 53 miles
- February: 174
- March so far: 39
- Total so far for 2017: 420.73
- April 23 Glass City Half Marathon (register using code “brpsavings” to save $5) in Toledo, OH
- April 30 The Hall of Fame Marathon in Canton, OH
- May 6 Davids Run for Autism in Nappanee, IN
- May 28 Vermont City Marathon (use code “BibRaveDSCT” to save $5 on registration.).
- July 16 Chicago Rock N Roll Half Marathon (use code BIBRAVE 15 to save $15 on registration)
More races and discounts to come in the near future!