Monday, December 10, 2012

Holiday Half Training: Week 13 & K-Fit: Week 3 Recap


Monday: 1 mile morning walk + 5 minutes of yoga + K-Fit Week 3/4 workout 1

Tuesday: K-Fit Week 3/4 workout 2

Wednesday: 1 mile treadmill run - 10 minute pace!! Granted, this was on a treadmill with 0% incline, so about the easiest surface ever, but still, although challenging, I didn't feel like I was going to die.

Thursday: rest/lazy day

Friday: K-Fit Week 3/4 workout 3 + stationary biked 5 miles (19.3 mph) + 0.65 mile treadmill run (10:54 pace) - There was a couple using both treadmills in my apartment complex's gym when I got there, so I biked until they left and freed up a treadmill. 

Saturday: 1 mile morning walk + 3.1 mile run (11:30 pace!!)

Sunday: Treadmill pyramid speed training - 22 minutes total (2 minutes each at 5.0 (12:00 pace), 5.2, 5.4, 5.6, 5.8, 6.0 (10:00 pace), 5.8, 5.6, 5.4, 5.2, 5.0, 20 seconds at 4.8 (12:30 pace) to round up to 2 miles)

Total miles: 6.75

Not the best mileage, though at least this is finally a legitimate taper week (compared to the last three weeks or so, which have accidentally been taper weeks). I don't think I'll do any races longer than a 5k after the fall time change in the future!

I don't really know what to expect for my performance at the holiday half (coming up on the 16th). I do think overall I'm at a better fitness level than for my last half marathon (in July), and barring any complications that force walking long intervals (such as digestive issues or foot pain), I don't think beating my current PR (2:58:15) should be a problem. Whether I can meet one of my loftier goals (2:30 or 2:45)... I'm not so sure. 

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