I had some questions about how I handled marathon recovery, training, and tapering in between Chicago and Wynne. If you were one of those people- this post is for you! First, don’t underestimate marathon recovery and rest! Some marathons require more rest than others. Fortunately, Chicago was a fairly easy one to recover from and I felt ready to run
On October 11th I ran the Chicago Marathon knowing full well I had plans to run another marathon 27 days later. Thankfully, the recovery process has gone well and tomorrow is the next marathon! I’m going to do a whole post on my recovery/ training these past 27 days but I’m going to wait until after tomorrow’s race for that.
Happy Thanksgiving week!! I’m enjoying a week home with all the kiddos and a more relaxed schedule. Let’s just say we had quite a few Thanksgiving/ Pilgrim & Native American events last week. I’m very thankful for a quiet week home because I know the next few weeks leading up to Christmas are going to be busy! Hangin with
This week has been a very different week than last week. For one, I actually caught up on some much needed sleep so that was a good thing! Last week was full of high emotions, traveling, and marathoning! I was so focused and stressed about NYC that I had to remind myself to eat. This is not like me at
Well, this marks my first and last “hard” week of training for the Little Rock Marathon. Houston and Little Rock are 7 weeks apart and I am right in the middle of them now. I have only ever raced two other marathons before Houston and they were separated by ten years so having two planned 7 weeks apart is a