October 19, 2014

Weekly Roundup - October 19th

I'm sitting here enjoying a homemade pumpkin spice latte, reveling in a fabulous run.  It was really the perfect fall day this morning - very cool to start, clear, blue skies, and signs of the season everywhere.  I saw many pumpkins, leaves dancing in the street, and acorns crunching underfoot.  It was one of those runs that reminds you why you love running.  It was effortless and a nice change of pace from the very forced long runs I've been doing in preparation for Richmond marathon.
View of the Battleship Wisconsin from my run today
We both had good weeks in terms of workouts.  Mom is counting down the days until Marine Corps Marathon (I really can't believe it's next weekend!) and I'm one long run away from taper town heading into Richmond.  Definitely an exciting few weeks ahead of racing for these girls!

Sunday October 12th
Pam:  travel day
Christine: 20 miles at 9:31 pace

Monday, October 13th
Pam:  Ran 4.25 miles, average pace 9:30
Christine: 15 min yoga sequence, lots of stretching (mostly a rest day)

Tuesday, October 14th
Pam:  30 minutes elliptical, weights
Christine: Ran 6 miles with hill repeats mixed in, average pace 8:53

Wednesday, October 15th
Pam: 8 mile long run (last before Marine Corps Marathon, average pace 9:45
Christine: 30 min tabata workout

Thursday, October 16th
Pam:  travel day
Christine: 4 miles at 9:05 pace

Friday, October 17th
Pam: 30 min hotel gym workout
Christine: Rest day

Saturday, October 18th
Pam: 30 min hotel gym workout
Christine: 2 hours yard work

6 comments:

  1. That's a beautiful place to run! I love that part of Norfolk!

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  2. I cannot believe you are both so close to race day.

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  3. That's a wild photo! It really looms over the buildings next to it!

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  4. Oh I just love runs like that! Great job this week ladies!

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  5. Great job on your workouts. I have always wanted to take a tour of the ship but never had a chance to when I lived in the area. -L

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  6. Great picture! Man, I wish we had fall here in the desert. It's still getting up into the 90s.

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