I have a history of generally not appreciating my own abilities, so it is actually a discipline for me to sit back and acknowledge my accomplishments. This week, I took on the prescribed 6-mile long run. That is almost HALF of the goal distance of 13.1 miles! Take a look at my progress this week and click the title fo the full article!
Have you ever felt like you needed a “pause” button in life? One of my favorite pastimes as a child was watching Disney’s Aladdin. I would watch it, Every. Single. Day. In order to make my VHS-watching experience much smoother, I would rewind and pause my tape right at the beginning of the movie to skip all the ads at the beginning of the VHS. This week, I took care of myself in much of the same way. Click the title to read the full story!
This previous week has been quite the challenge. I went from taking a week-long break from my bronchospasms to trying to regain some sense of normalcy in both my professional and personal life. It has been a bit of a struggle, but I have found a way to do it and finish the 5K test at the end of base training. Click the title to read more about my progress!
Murphy's Law: According to Wikipedia, it is an adage or epigram that is typically stated as: anything that can go wrong will go wrong. I would have to say that my past couple weeks of training have been the epitome of Murphy's Law. The entire week leading up to the July 4th weekend, I was doing awesome! I finished a 45-minute run, which is about 3 miles. I felt strong. Then, July 4th weekend came around and things took a turn. Click the title and read on.
This previous weekend, I went home to the Bay Area to visit my family and friends. To add another wrench to the gears, I managed to injure my right knee. I decided to take a week off of training to heal. Read the full post and see how I am doing, now. Click the title!