Saturday, March 23, 2013

TrainingTruths: Next Up #9

After completing half marathon #8, last week was about recovery and switching gears. I've mentioned that I'll be heading home to Cincinnati to run the Flying Pig Half Marathon in May. I was going to run this race last year, but instead choose to be a blogging ambassador for the Cox Providence Half Marathon

So, over the next six weeks I'm going to maintain my endurance and try to stay healthy. 


#TrainingTruth: The run never ends

Tuesday: Another snow day here in NH kept me cooped up inside, but didn't keep me off the treadmill. This post NYC Half run felt pretty good considering my legs were a little sore. Easy runs are great for recovery.


Thursday: My husband was back from his trip and on running duty. He is beginning his half marathon training which worked perfectly with my recovery week. We took advantage of the gorgeous afternoon to run one of our favorite routes to the pond and back. The easy 4 miles felt awesome in the sunshine and sporting some capris. Hurry Spring!


Saturday: Still following the hubs' training schedule, we eased into the morning with a six mile run to town and back. We were virtual runners too, dedicating our miles to the Sandy Hook Run for the Families 5K. Although the sun was shining, it was a cold morning with frigid winds. 



What do you do when you reach your fitness goal?

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11 comments:

  1. Yesterday looked nice but was so cold. C'mon Spring!

    Jealous of running the Flying Pig...sounds like an awesome race!

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  2. i've heard such good things about the flying pig! it's so close to me since i'm in columbus

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  3. Glad it's starting to feel a little springish at least! The Flying Pig does sound fun. Anything with that name has to be right? :)

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  4. That's so fun that you could run with your husband! Flying Pig sounds great, too... best of luck with your training!

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  5. Flying Pig is suppose to be so much fun - enjoy and good luck with your training!

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  6. I have heard great things about the Flying Pig (and the name makes me giggle!!) YAY for half #8!!

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  7. I saw you on Meghan's link up. So cool to find another Cincinnati-an! I am running the full Flying Pig in May as well! I ran the race last year, and let me tell you how awesome it is! Between the swag, crowd support, and the challenging course it is a race everyone should run! I am looking forward to following your training to the race!

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  8. You had a great week! Nice job being supportive and running with your husband! And it's very exciting that you're going to be running the Flying Pig!

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  9. Seriously... we need to meet up at the Pig expo. Do you know where you are staying or anything yet?

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  10. Flyng Pig is one of my to do races :) Have fun!

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  11. So nice to have a running partner at home! (And the kids are old enough to be left on their own!) Congrats to the hubby for starting his training!

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