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New Year Resolved

Monday - 8miles moderate
TUesday - 10.5 miles moderate
Wednesday 40min relaxed
Thursday - 9miles AM with 35min hard tempo, 7miles PM with Aaron (16 total)
Friday - 6-7 miles
Saturday - 13-13.5 in 1:30. Cold!
Sunday - still working on it.

not a great week for workouts but I have to get my miledge back up from mid 50's to mid 60's.

Trying to make a plan for the new year. Thinking about Mardi Gras at the end of february to kick things off.


SBVOR said…

The ONLY way I will make even 50 miles a week is on a pair of Alpine skis and with the assistance of chair lifts.

But, you go girl! :-)
Caitlyn Clark said…
Looks like a good week to me. I'm training for my first half marathon and am hoping to run somewhere around 1:25... definitely hope to crack 1:30... I'm interested to see more of your training.


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