Monday: First day back in the hospital. 6 mile early morning workout with 10 by 1 on, 1 off.
Tuesday: 3.25 easy run in the early morning snow.
Wednesday: 5 mile treadmill hill run.
Thursday: 7 mile progression run, starting at 6.1 and ending at 9.1.
Friday: Post-call, prorated off day. 4 miles.
Saturday: Nordic skied in the morning, downhill in the afternoon.
Sunday: 6 mile run plus arms and core.
Total Miles: 31.3
First week back on service! The good news is that I did a good job of getting up and getting my run done. The bad news is that I didn’t get a lot of lifting in and I missed my long run this week. I had intended to do it on Friday when I was post-call because I expected to be done around 1 but didn’t leave the hospital until 5. I coached on Saturday and I am back at work today. I got up early to fit a run in but felt miserable so just did an easy run and lifted.
We’re heading into a big storm cycle today which is going to be GREAT for skiing and snowshoeing but less good for running. I’ll be on the treadmill for my workouts this week but hoping to get outside for my easy runs and hopefully by next weekend, there will be enough clear roads for a long run.
In general, it’s working well for me to have workouts scheduled without prescribed mileage because it changes my perspective to be grateful for any effort. I am of course frustrated that I can’t seem to string together any real training but I’m working on being grateful for the running I can get in.
Finally, I got to try my new Lumo Run this week and will admit to being a little nervous to see what it said but my initial run was very positive. The pace was off because I was on the treadmill but all of my markers looked good except for braking. I’m so excited to see how this project goes and how I can tweak my running form.