Boa noite, galera! Registro do treino de hoje, foram 9km bem puxado, preparando pra corrida de semana que vem. Será corrida de montanha, 12km.
Bom, ultimamente tem chegado bastante gente nova aqui, então vou contando mais sobre minha vida, minha rotina... tanto por post, quanto pelos stories, porque acho que a galera gosta de acompanhar. E fiquem a vontade quanto a dúvidas que respondo a vcs, aliás se eu não conseguir ver nos stories, manda aqui nas fotos, sempre respondo. .
Final de semana quando não tem prova, costumo treinar o que minha planilha pede.
Geralmente os treinos são aos domingos, costumam ser treinos mais longos, e o sábado eu aproveito pra curtir a família hahahaha agora eu sou casada e no momento a família é eu, meu marido @tiago_camposs e meu cachorro o @caetano.dog hahahahah. .
E agora quero saber quem correu esse final de semana? Sei que teve muita prova bacana por aí 👇🏻 ⭕️⭕️⭕️⭕️⭕️Ps: meninas esse short que usei é de compressão da @authenbrasil, ótimo pra treinos longos, não sobe nas coxas, e tem boldos laterais.
I don’t have to run, I get to run. Big difference. Running is my thing. Rain, wind, hot, cold, humid or perfect...it doesn’t matter. I definitely don’t take my daily runs for granted!
As I dive deeper into this training cycle, I have to dedicate more time to the things that keep me healthy. The extra stuff, not just the miles I put in. The strength training, the stretching, the foam rolling, fueling properly, enough sleep, keeping track of my shoes, my warm ups & cool downs. All of that is extremely important in keeping me healthy. Sometimes I think the hardest part of marathon training is getting yourself to the start line in one piece😆 Doing all the extra things is my insurance that I’m doing everything possible to have a strong race. What are some of the extra things you guys do to stay healthy during training?
Also...I could’ve used some gills to get through these 10 miles this morning. I felt like a bass fish swimming upstream!🐠😝
3 days ago
#trailoutlaws Branches and Bays 10k. Well all I can say is that was a truly beautiful run, not a quick one (for me anyway) but truly enjoyable from
start to finish, so wish I had carried my phone and taken some pics. Maybe time to invest in a go pro or something so I can capture some of the places I run as I go. .
Hand on heart can say Trail Outlaws organise some of the most beautiful runs in the north east of England, cracking way to spend a Sunday morning. I love the competitiveness of road running (against myself). However trail running is so good for your soul and makes you just be glad to be here. #grateful#trailadventure 💚
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Warning, long and angsty .. my #marathonfeels So I started training for my first marathon 26 years ago. For the following 4 years, I went from casual 5k jogger to running marathons averaging 6:30 min/mile pace (and I wasnt even satisfied with that 😱). I was obsessed, had spreadsheets, kept track of evarrrything. My self-worth was wrapped up in it. Not doing well in a race or workout could put me in a really nasty, self-loathing mood. A surprise pregnancy put a halt on running marathons for a while (more babies followed ) and I just ran for fun and general fitness until I turned 40. I gave the marathon a go again all thru my 40s, and did okay, usually winning AG but that was not good enough, the “time” wasn’t fast enough . . . the marathon became my nemesis, I could never get back what I had before in the marathon (also wasn’t giving myself any grace for being older). None of the other races distances have ever given me this much trouble mentally or physically. I started LOVING Spartan races because they were all a little different (eg. I’ve run a 12 mile Beast AND a 17 mile Beast, obstacles vary, terrain varies, etc.) . . . and therefore I could just focus on doing my BEST rather that achieving a TIME. I actually don't really keep track if my times or runs much anymore... I wear the garmin sometimes so I don't get lost and can see my heart rate 🤪 So here I am at the path in the road . . . when I need training-time-wise to decide if I will do a marathon this season, or take a pass. I took a pass last year, for the first time in a long time . . .and I was both relieved and yet also sad about it. So, really the questions is . . .can I run a marathon and be content with doing my best (or even, gasp, “doing it for fun”) and be okay with that? Who struggles with this too?
I know I know I put too much weight on the toes.....but just want to show you guys that 2.5 months post fracture my first dip was not only back but it is deeper and more comfortable than pre injury. I over compensate stuff.