Here's how my training week shook out:
MONDAY - 10 minutes on stationary bike, lift 35 minutes
TUESDAY - Yoga class, run 3 miles on treadmill
WEDNESDAY - Zumba class
THURSDAY - 10 minutes on stationary bike, lift 45 minutes
FRIDAY - Rest
SATURDAY - Kim's boxing class with Anne, 2.5 mile run
SUNDAY - Run 8.5 miles on treadmill, 3:1:1 run/incline/walk ratio with inclines at level 5
The highlight of the training week was definitely Kim's boxing class on Saturday with Anne. It was a lot of fun to mix up the weekly routine and do some different moves.
|All the boxing students flashing our gloves and mitts. |
Don't we look intense and intimidating??? Don't mess with us. =D
(Photo by Kim)
|Kim, Anne, and me after class|
Afterwards, Kim, Anne, and I went for a 2.5 mile run in the neighborhood. The weather was beautiful, the change of scenery was refreshing, and of course running with good company is always wonderful.
|Photo by Kim|
Thankfully, I did feel better once I got my rhythm going. It was a pleasant surprise to discover the soreness didn't hamper my running flow. Hurray!
On a tangential note...
I heard Adele's "Hello" on the radio at least three times on Saturday. It promptly got stuck in my head.
Since Adele is so popular, I know it's probably not necessary for me to share the video. But for the sake of completeness, here you go:
Given this, I listened to this song a few times while running and paid closer attention to the original lyrics. I was intrigued by the line, "Did you ever make it out of that town where nothing ever happened?" It makes me think of my hometown. No disrespect or anything, just an observation. (Anne, I know we touched on this yesterday.) Anyone else?