Oh my has it been a scorcher out there or what!? Hope you are doing well and staying healthy! I’m here to recap some miles from last week! It has been both enjoyable and challenging getting it in and just running to maintain the general fitness right now. Plus staying strong and injury free is always the name of the game so I’ve been doing pretty good at that. Let’s see how it all went down!
Monday- 4.31 miles watching the lovely sunset after a busy work day. Just what I needed. I actually found out last week that my 50 miler was postponed to 2021. Fine by me. They moved us all to the roster for next May. I think it was a solid decision given the way the cases have been spiking especially in Texas. It wouldn’t hurt me to not completely run my immune system down and put myself at risk. I will always have a love for that race too. One of my faves.
Tuesday- 6.32 miles of beautiful sunset again. Great way to de-stress, just a quick out and back.
Wednesday- 7.12 miles with hills, massive relative effort according to Strava. It was crazy hot that day.
Thursday AM- 7.02 miles for breakfast in some insane humidity but it got done.
Thursday PM- Double run day miles. 3.30 miles to get in just over 10 miles for the day.
Friday- 4.21 miles with an epic sunrise. So worth it.
Saturday- Had a late night grilling out with neighbors Friday but still managed to roll outta bed for a quick 8.02 miles.
Sunday- Lotsa pool time and a rest day.
And there you have it!
How was your weekend? Are ya’ll seeing triple digit temps where you live yet?
We’ve had three straight days of temps in the 100s. Brutal.
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We had 3 days in the 100’s, then a high 80 and today was in the 70’s! It was nice!
Rub it in… 😉
We’ve been in the high 90’s but haven’t hit 100 yet.
Triple digit summers in Texas is pretty much the norm!
phew! that’s hot! it’s definitely warm here too, but not quite triple digits… (yet?)…
Impressive distances. It has been really hot here too, so seems like a wise idea to go during the sunrise and sunset 🙂
Yep! Makes the most sense for sure!