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Getting back on track.....again

Sunday, May 17, 2009

O.K. , I NEED to get re motivated here! This week I only ran 5 miles and haven't even worked out or anything for the last 4 days...Uggghhhh
I've been really good at coming up with any excuse in the book not to run or work out lately.
I haven't been on Spark much lately either and that hasn't helped anything...... SparkPeople is a great way to keep myself motivated and accountable. This week I am going to make a point of logging my food and exercise EVERY day, it really does make a difference.
So here is my plan for the week. I am starting back at week 11 of my training plan. Monday is going to definitely be a problem because I will be working all day so that may be the only day I don't get any workout in. If I can work it in I might switch Mon and Tues around because it might be easier to get a run squeezed in than strength training.
At the end of the week I will post what I actually did.

Week 11

Monday: strength train / 40 min cross training
Tuesday: 3.5 mile run
Wednesday: strength train/ 2 mile run
Thursday: 3.5 mile run
Friday: Strength train/ intervals
Saturday: Rest
Sunday: 5 mile run
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    Everybody falls off the wagon and it looks like you have a great plan to get back on! Thanks for the well wishes on my race this morning. Yes, it was cold but at least we didn't have snow! Yikes!

    What I like about your plan is that you sound confident. You headed off a spiral before it got enough momentum to keep you from you goal. It's funny that you mention "only five miles." There was probably a time when 5 miles sounded like a marathon! So, you've already come a long, long way and I don't doubt you'll make this happen for yourself!
    4451 days ago
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    You can do it. Listen to your body and don't get injured!
    4451 days ago
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