Here is my thought of the day. Enjoy your weekend!
I've been in a lot of deep thought lately. I've been really starting to listen to music that stirs the soul. And this thought perfectly fits how I feel today!
Here is my thought for last week. Whoops!
Well, I think we might all need this one on Friday the 13th!
I'm going to try something new. I'm going to post a thought of the week! In fact I just set a reminder in my phone to make sure I do it. LOL!
I have been struggling lately to get out regularly and run like I like to do. But I get out when I can and that's all that matters. For example, Addie has piano practice for 30 minutes. I took her and went on a run. Here are the results of the run, and I have to say I am not disappointed considering the beginning of the run is pretty much all uphill and I hadn't been out running for a week. The picture with Addie and I is us standing in Cafe Rio and you should've seen some of the fun looks I was getting. Tank top, headband, and thanks to Addie a Goatee hair tie. LOL!
I'm super excited to be seeing my per mile pace getting quicker. The other thing that really excites me is that my HR isn't in the insane high numbers going at that pace. So I see improvement and I'm excited! Here is my last run stats.
Here are my new shoes version 2! Adidas Boston 6 and these things are awesome! I have to tell you the 3 oz per shoe less in weight feels like a brick has been removed. Not only that, these bad boys when you get onto the flat just want to run fast! As an example. I ran a 2 miler on Tuesday with the other Adidas and averaged an 8:36/mile. I did a 4 miler on Wednesday with these and averaged an 8:35/mile and kept my HR in zone 4 for the majority of the run unlike the 2 miler the day before. So there you have it, these shoes are sweet. I will be rotating both sets and love running with each, it's just a totally different experience in each shoe. One is more cushioned and heavier, and the other is less cushioned a little more confined and lighter. I'll keep you all updated as I wear them in.