Tuesday, October 11, 2005

Post-season

I mentioned to my husband that I was an okay swimmer and biker, but I suck as a runner. I am so slow. Usually not many people pass me on the bike; I usually hold my own, but I'm such a slow runner that it really hurts my time. His response was something he said he heard another triathlete say to a similar concern: "That's what winter is for"

SOoo I'm going to approach running the same way I approach everything else. Read, read, read; research, research, research, and then run, run, run. I joined CoolRunning where I got my original "Couch-to-5K" plan and I'm also reading a top 10 tips article. I'm also reading current issues of Runner's World.

It's finally cool here again. I love fall in Albuquerque. And it's great running weather. Rarely below 20 or above 60 between October and April. I figure I might be in good shape to start running, because I've been running 2 or 3 5K's per week and I haven't had any sore anything.

1 comment:

  1. My wife, who had no exercise regimen whatsoever prior to 2005, uses a training guide she found on HalHigdon.com. She got one of his books, too. She just finished a half marathon back in September, and is doing the Richmond (VA)marathon in November. I know the program has really worked for her, so I thought you might be interested. Incidentally, he has guides for all levels of fitness and many different distance goals.

    Cheers!

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