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Thursday, August 20, 2009

I am in W7D3 of the Darby Barrios Plan.

Week 7: Walk 3 minutes to begin and end the workout. Run 24 minutes in the middle. Goal: 24 minutes of continuous running

I can do this, its not a problem. I can do week 8, its also not a problem.

Week 8: Walk only a block or so to limber up then run the full 30 minutes

But I stay on the plan! I know I have to ease back into things. Next week school starts, so I think my plan will have to change.

Last year I worked full time, so I ran on the treadmill at 5:30. This year I'm not working so I'm not sure how the running schedule will work out.

What I did during the Spring was drop the kid off, come home and run on the treadmill. But I need to run outside. Races will be outside, so I've got to get used to running outside.

This Monday though I'll have to park, take the kiddo in and all that. I probably won't run at the park. Maybe not the entire week. It'll depend on how he feels about being dropped off.

Starting in September I'll be taking a class on Wednesday Mornings.

I think I might have to change my schedule to:
Monday Tuesday
Thursday Friday
And Saturday

Anyway.....not sure about that, but either way I have to run today! :) I'm laced up and ready to roll. :)
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  • v SISSYP63
    May you squeeze those runs in! You can do it! Happy running trails to you!
    2504 days ago
  • v BAILEYS7OF9
    ooh, the possibilities.. .you can drop kiddo off at school and then go to other areas to do your run. New place each time!!
    2504 days ago
  • v MARATHON_MOM
    You'll figure out the new schedule!
    Have a great run today!

    Becki
    2504 days ago
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