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2 More Weeks of Training in the Books

It’s been a pretty uneventful 2 weeks of training. Which is my favorite! Uneventful means I had no injuries or craziness and could just follow my plan. Speaking of my plan, I am still very undecided on it and making changes to it as I go. One thing I do like is running a high mileage week one week and then running less the next week.

55 Mile Week

Sunday – 5 miles treadmill
Monday – 7 miles treadmill
Tuesday – 5 miles treadmill
Wednesday – AM – 4 miles treadmill
PM – 3 miles outside with the HealthSource Brewery Run
Thursday – AM – 9.5 miles treadmill
Later in the AM – 5.5 miles treadmill
Friday – 3 miles treadmill
Saturday – 13 miles
Total – 55 miles

 39.2 Mile Week

Sunday – Yoga at 2nd Sole
Monday – Rest Day
Tuesday – AM – 6.1 miles treadmill
PM – 7 miles treadmill
Wednesday – 3.1 miles treadmill
Thursday – 8 miles treadmill
Friday – Rest
Saturday – 15 miles outside
Total – 39.2 miles

The past couple weeks the Cleveland Marathon has been coming out with some pretty awesome news/perks for the 40th anniversary of the race. Here are just a few BUT the race route is announced next week!!!!!

clevelandmarathonperks

Coming up: This weekend I have a 17 miler and then next week I have a 20 miler! I don’t know why I get so excited for the first 20 miler of the training cycle.

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2 thoughts on “2 More Weeks of Training in the Books

  1. Congrats for constantly reaching your running goals. I’m training for a half marathon with SportMe running app which calculates distance, pace, time and calories and adjusts running plans to my progress.

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