Sunday Recap

Hello, beautiful humans.

Every Sunday during my marathon training, I’m going to give you a run-down of my week, including what workouts I did and other randomness, I’m sure.

So, here we go: Week 1 of training for San Francisco is done.

Monday: 3 miles. I went out at around 8:00 (but with spring forward it was more like 7:00) and was surprised at how cold my hands got. This was very distracting for the whole run and made 3 miles feel much, much longer. Then we went to see Sue the T-Rex at the Discovery Center, which was very cool.


Tuesday: 3 miles. This run was much warmer and I was very proud of my negative split. I don’t have a GPS watch so I started using the Nike app a month ago when I upgraded my phone and I’m a big fan so far.


I then took Bella for a hike in the Foothills. The amount of water in the creeks and rivers in Idaho right now is insane! After dinner, I went with my dad to the gym and did a back and bis workout.


Wednesday: 3 miles. I took Bella on this run, so I wasn’t concerned about my time at all. Then I hung out with Matt and his dogs.


Thursday: Up bright and early to do a leg workout before getting my haircut for the first time since Thanksgiving. I then met up with a friend for lunch (who I also have not seen since Thanksgiving.) Obi isn’t allowed outside so he was very excited when I opened a window for him.


Friday: Chest and shoulders workout followed by an ab circuit that I am still sore from (and it’s Sunday.) I then lounged around for the rest of the morning, which was amazing.


Saturday: 6 mile long run. My mom referred to this run as “a comedy of errors” and I can’t disagree with her. But I got it done.


Sunday: Rest day. Matt and I drove back to school for our last eight weeks of undergrad. I’m torn between two thoughts: How are we going to get through another eight weeks? How on earth do we only have eight weeks until graduation?

That’s it for week 1. Until next time,


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