I am looking forward to resuming 4 or more Bodyrock workouts a week. I have only been doing 1 or 2 a week just due to busy running schedule and not wanting to be sore or tired for races. What I am not looking forward to is winter and running in the snow and freezing wind and icy roads. :( Seems like I waited all winter last year for it to be spring and now October is coming and it always snows in October at least one big heavy wet one and it is all downhill from there.
I just started reading Chi Running. I got the book a month ago but didn't want to start reading it until after the half marathon. I didn't want to mess with my form so close to a big race. I am finding the book interesting so far. Anyone out there read it or practice Chi Running? I would love to hear about anyone's personal experience with it. I think I will try it out next week and see how I like it and how different it is from how I run now.
Yesterday was my son's 5th birthday. 5 years old. So hard to believe, seems like just last week I brought him home from the hospital, totally amazed they just let you walk out of there with a baby when you have no idea what you are doing with one. Putting on a diaper felt awkward. I wasn't good at swaddling him up. I was so scared and excited and sore and happy.
|My belly was like a basketball, I look like crap and my belly was never the same.|
|Ready to go home|
|Sweetest little boy ever!|
|Feet barely reaching the stirrups.|
|5 years old! Notice his sister in the background with the dance moves|
What do you miss most when not training for a race?
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