Monday, October 10, 2011

Early Morning Frankenstein Hair!
Post-Marathon Week Review:

Focus = 100% on Lake Powell Tri(Oct 22).  Biking is my that was the primary focus.  I really wish that I could have forced myself to run more miles this past week; but I figured I'd take it easy on running after the marathon.

Monday: 65 Minutes Bike, 1 Mile Swim
Tuesday: 60 Minutes Bike, 1/2 Mile Swim, 20Minutes UP Weights, 10 Min Yoga
Wednesday: 45 Minutes Bike, 3/4 Mile Swim
Thursday: 1.25 Mile Swim, 4.1 Mile Run (Planned to be 8...Legs were NOT feeling it)
Friday: 85 Minutes Bike, 3/4 Mile Swim
Saturday: 1/2 Mile Swim
Sunday: 100 Minutes Bike (FREEZING BALLS), 3.1 Mile Run, 20 Minutes Yoga.  After my bike ride I thought my fingers were about to fall off... Thank you Utah for your cold weather! :(

Beautiful Sunday Morning Bike Ride

Plan for this week
Swim every morning + Strength training 
Bike/Run Bricks in the afternoon
Saturday: Practice Swim/Bike/Run with Sprint lengths 

Registration for the California International Marathon is supposed to reopen on the 16th if the cap is not filled.  **Fingers crossed.  If not... has anyone ran the Tuscan Marathon in Arizona? Any other marathon suggestions before the end of the year?  


  1. wow! i didn't know you did were training for a tri as well! seriously awesome! you are inspiring to me! i will keep my eyes open to any other marathons this fall. SO wish vegas was still open for you! good luck with your training this week!

  2. Awesome workout plan for the week :)
    No too long now till the triathlon!!

  3. You are going to ROCK the tri next weekend wahoo! Loved your recap on St. George and you ROCKED IT...can I have your abs. Hope to meet you tomorrow!

  4. Tessa @ Amazing AssetOctober 13, 2011 at 4:49 PM

    Wow you sure are going to ROCK that race! I cannot wait to hear more about it :)

  5. whewww omg a triathlon!!! I'm defs not a swimmer, so - serious respect right here. Your training is pretty BAMF, so I bet you're gonna rock it!! I've never heard about either one of those marathons, but Arizona is gorgeous and the weather there is pretty great (read: mild) in the winter, so I think you'd like that one! :)

  6. I would say run the Philly marathon and come meet me, but I'm sure registration is over. I love Tucson though so Im sure that would be a good one! I seriously admire your tri skills. I want to do one someday, though I'm really only trained in the running portion!