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Okay, now that the housekeeping is over… let’s talk about all things sweaty and awesome.
Warm-up: 800m run, 21-15-9 wall balls and double-unders, 800m run
What I did: 1800lbs (100lb increase from last time)
Heaviest deadlift = 165lbs (hamstring was still sore)
Heaviest back squat = 130lbs
Heaviest rack jerk = 90lbs (5lb PR!)
Really need to work on my split jerk but my double-unders have been on point lately! Good things happen with practice… yes we talkin’ ’bout practice (Anyone? Other than my Dad…)
6 miles (+ 20 minute bike + stretch)
Warm-up: 1 mile run (6:40min/mile)
Strength: Squat clean (1 rep EMOM x 12 minutes) What I did: Started at 55lbs. Worked up to 100lbs… triple digits finally! Yay!
What I did: Rx. Omg wall balls kill me. Got 257 reps – finished the round of 21s and got 5 wall balls in the round of 24s.
Cool-down: 1 mile run with the 6:30am class (6:12min/mile)
45 minute spin class.
Rest/Yoga fail… I couldn’t find the yoga studio and was super grumpy but then ended up having the most productive day ever. And it was snowing so there was no way I was running.
15 miles (+ 20 minute bike + stretch)
Well I seriously bundled up for this run. When I started out, it was below zero (celsius, so thats about 28F… brrrr). But I knew the hardest part was going to be starting the run so I just sucked it up.
The first few miles were freezing and windy but once I get down onto my new fave trail, the ravine shielded me from the wind and minus the runny nose it was actually quite pleasant.
It was a good run and I felt like I could have gone forever – my stamina feels awesome, my knees are a different story. I have 6 more weeks until the marathon so I feel like now more than ever I really need to listen to my body and possibly rest more often. Almost there… and I’m ready to do this thing!
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