My tuchus that is, and this is woefully overdue.
I finished the 5k to 10k training pretty strong on February 19th and then just sort of... petered out. Life, the universe and everything (and by that I mean my Kindle) intervened, and so my mileage, endurance, and ability to fit into my wardrobe went kaput.
So what am I doing to fix this?
Well, in about an hour I'm heading out to do the first race of the NYS Parks Summer Run Series in Heckscher State Park (and potentially intermittent thunderstorms) with Gigi of Running On Candy. That will be a five mile run and the first of eight weekly runs of differing lengths across different regional state parks.
I'm really looking forward to this! (and not just because it's NOT at eight in the morning) so I'll get back to you on how it went soon.
I've also started using Jeff Galloway's half marathon trainer app on my iPhone in the hopes that having a more rigid training schedule will keep me on track. I think I just have to face the fact that I'm not working consistently without some sort of goal or guideline. I don't really have a problem with this, it really just means I have to focus a bit more on what goals I'm looking to achieve.
|I suppose you can call it a comeback if you really want to.|
Do you find that there specific are things you lean on to make it easier to get out there?