Good morning, TEAM LIT!
GG: Nice consistency with that C25K! Keep up the great work. Think how tasty that Great Pumpkin Ale will be after running the whole (or most) 5K in October!
Sparty: Glad to see things are seemingly getting better on your end, even if a little bit. And yeah, whenever I take the boy in the jog stroller -- on average two times per week -- I try to work on something different, but we keep coming back to shouting "Yippie!" because, well, it's just **** cute! The ABC song is funny because when I get to the end... "next time won't you sing with me"... he always yells, "Yayyyyyy!"
Bradley: Sweet double!
Topo: But somehow this "rough" (first real workouts after IM) just doesn't matter, in a good way
Reg: Back on the run... or at least ready to go more! Good news.
Yoshi: I say keep up the mtb'ing through the race and then drop that and hit up the run. Timing will be well because come Nov there are fewer mtb training options. Spend late fall and winter running. If you incorporate speed (with proper rest) you'll get the legs back.
4 mile run starting off plod finishing tempo. In spite yesterday's Iron Strength workouts, my legs loosened (though it took half the run) where I was once again able to get on top of my feet for a solid run. I really do think my legs are coming back. I, of course, will not have that opportunity to test them for speed, as my training from here through October is about building strength and doing hills for the Grand Canyon trip.
Great day and weekend, friends!