After my failed attempt at the Run Toto Run 50K a couple weeks ago, I wasn’t sure how quickly I would be able to get back into my next training cycle. Frankly, I didn’t push myself to complete the scheduled training miles on the plan for the week after the race. I was pleasantly surprised that my “active recovery week” after the race ended up with 35 miles!
Do you know what I account a big portion of my positive post-race week of miles? The amazing SKINS DNAmic Compression tights that I wore at the race and for the following week (whenever possible)!
Well, this isn’t my last pacing weekend for FOREVER, just for 2017… Since my marathon last month, I just haven’t gotten into a good groove with “training”. Since there isn’t too much I can “train for” between races, I have just been recovering, running when I can or have the motivation to, and “conserving my energy” for this weekend! At least that’s what I tell myself…
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This is the last full week of training before the Kansas City Marathon next weekend! The weather has been crazy, summer to winter temps, and rain to boot! It’s too bad that the weather is supposed to warm up on race week…so at least I got in some heat training this week! #bibchat
#KCM mini w2 | Weekly Workouts – another week of training for an upcoming PR @kcmarathon
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