Run like noone is watching turned 2 today!
and thinking about goals for the rest of the year and for the year that follows.
I finished my autumn marathon in Berlin.
I finished (and PR-ed) my autumn half marathon last Sunday.
So now what?
No race, just recover and…?
I’m not good at sleeping or stand-by mode so there must be a plan for the rest of the year.
I’d love to get a little bit faster and I guess it’s a good plan considering that shorter&intensive workouts means also not staying for a long time outside (cold weather, here you are!).
I’d love to get less injury prone…now, how to do that? Any suggestions?
In the meantime I got back to the gym which means getting back on my beloved spinning and pump lessons. Fun !
Oh, another thing: getting back to the gym (usually in the lunchtime) and approaching festive season means I’d like to be more conscious about my health&eating.
so many things have changed but when I think of it, running is still one of my fav things to do (right after drinking wine and watching Modern Family), so not much is going on, right?
Wel ,you’re wrong! So many things happened and you should know about all of them!
(and i’ll keep writing, starting tomorrow)
Does anyone believe that? I always thought it’s such a cliché…
Sometimes the first kilometers feels like the hardest thing ever..
Considering my latest injury I have do some strength workouts and I guess knowing some good&effective one would be of your benefit as well.
I do the first type demonstrated in the video (3x30 repetitions on each leg, don’t put your leg on the ground between reps) but all of the exercises are quite valid.
Happy runs&and put some strength workout in your daily workout!