A month ago when I began this blog, I couldn't run further than 2 miles without stopping. Now I can consistently run 4 miles several days a week plus one 5-6 mile run. My distance has improved, so yay me. However, my speed (or lack there of) is sooo slow. My average pace is 11:20/mile. It is fairly consistent and my miles are around the same every time every run.
I'm curious, what's more important, speed or distance?
I don't have an upcoming race so I'm not too worried about my speed, but I am worried that if I ALWAYS run the same pace, will my body become used to it?
Yesterday I was amazed that I accomplished all of my goal workouts. I had a tough time getting out the door as I watched the trees blow to and fro. I am getting so tired of the wind. 20 mph+ almost every day, ugh!!!
4.11 mile run
P90X ab ripper
Walk the Dog
|Taking pictures with her isn't easy, she 's wiggly!|
|In the spirit of Eater, she found a plastic egg|
|He's so good at catching all the bugs!|
Soon, my friends, I promise more pictures of people, ie the hubby and I. He'll be home soon. Waiting for him to get home is making me antsy. It takes sooo long for them to return from their deployment.
I hope everyone has a great Easter. I will be spending mine alone, so I'll have to live vicariously through your guys' lives. So tell me, what are you doing for Easter? Do you celebrate it in any way?
Today's workout Goals:
4 mile run
Study (it's a workout... for my mind)
In light of a conversation I had with Rose, I'm curious... For those of you who watch Biggest Loser, if you had a choice, would you choose Bob and Jillian or Cara and Brett?
Tara had a great 30 random facts post today, and in light of that, I want to know.... What would you like to know about me? Anything you're curious about?