A few quick notes before recapping my workouts!
I totaled something like 26 miles this week which is actually considered a higher mileage week for me right now. Of course we can attribute the higher mileage (and running 5 days instead of 4) to my new pair of Adidas Solar Boosts.
Nothing like a new pair of running shoes!
Pure Barre sort of took a back burner but I am ready to get back to my normal routine this week. I do think I prefer to run 4 days instead of 5 and incorporate the longer Pure Barre workouts in my routine rather than the shorter ones. However, it’s nice to have the options and it’s also nice to change things around sometimes when I feel like doing something different in that moment.
Posts of Interest From The Week:
Adidas Solar Boosts (plus Nordstrom Anniversary Sale picks)
4 Year Pure Barre Anniversary (part of Friday Favorites post)
Monday – 5 Miles
It was hot and humid but for some reason, I still moved pretty fast and it felt good! Aside from taking a phone call during mile 4, I was able to pick up my pace and not feel the heat too much. I think I added a 15 minute walk at the end which makes such a difference in the summer. I’m realizing I need that cool down time before getting in the shower after a really hot run.
Tuesday – 5 Miles
First run in my new pair of Boosts! There is absolutely nothing like running in a new pair of your favorite running shoes.
Wednesday – 3 Miles/20 Min Pure Barre
I needed to run again today simply because I wanted to wear my new running shoes!
3 quick miles followed by a Pure Barre combo:
- 10 minutes seat & abs
- 5 minute arms
- 5 minute thighs
Thursday – 45 Min Pure Barre
Friday – 3.5 Miles
I felt sort of lethargic at the start of this run but then felt fine. Regardless, I kept it short so that I would feel fresh for tomorrow. I walked a bit after the run but I am not sure for how long! I was on the phone and lost track of time!
Saturday – 10 Miles
Last night at dinner I randomly said out loud, “maybe I will run 10 miles tomorrow morning.” I do not know why I said it but once I said it, it was in my head.
And I did it! This is only my second double digit/10 mile run since December.
I had zero issue making it to 10 miles and questioned myself during the last part of the run to see if I thought that I could keep going if I had wanted to, and the answer was yes.
I can’t fit the entire screenshot of my splits but I was decently fast considering I wasn’t trying to do anything special. At 9 miles, I glanced at Runkeeper and saw an overall average pace of 8:29 which I thought was awesome, especially for a summer long run!
It’s worth noting that I wasn’t tired or fatigued at any point during the day. 10 miles used to be like an off day distance for a long run day for me but now it’s not that typical. However, my body must remember the distance because I was fine. 🙂
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How was your week in workouts? Did you do anything different? Have a higher mileage or lower mileage week than your usual?