Last week I reported on my 5K. Well, four weeks from the 5K is the 10K. So I need to be training for the 10K and on to the half marathon six weeks later. That requires a training regimen. So I got the wellness center at work to design me the below schedule:
|Feb 13||2 m||XT||3 m||4 x 400M||XT||4 m||off|
|Feb 20||3 m||XT||3 m||8 x 400M||XT||5 m||off|
|Feb 27||3 m||XT||4 m||8 x 400M||XT||6 m||off|
|Mar 6||3 m||XT||4 m||4 m||XT||rest||RACE|
|Mar 13||3 m||XT||4 m||XT||XT||7 m||off|
|Mar 20||4 m||XT||4 m||5 m||XT||8 m||off|
|Mar 27||4 m||XT||5 m||5 m||XT||9 m||off|
|Apr 3||4 m||XT||6 m||5 m||XT||10 m||off|
|Apr 10||4 m||XT||6 m||5 m||XT||11 m||off|
|Apr 17||3 m||XT||5 m||4 m||XT||rest||RACE|
I got into the schedule this weekend with a 4.4 mile run for the 4 mile run listed.I don’t usually have an issue with running the distance. It is staying on task for the running drills that I have an issue with: I don’t have an excessive sprint mode. Fortunately, I only have two mroe sprint weeks left.
On other issues, I haven’t gotten to swimming yet, but the local warm weather has allowed for enough biking to finish the month’s quota and get ahead already: up to 539 miles — 39 miles into March already.