I kind of gave it away, but I guess you guessed anyway. I decided last night to register for the race. I am officially running and riding in the Callaway Gardens Duathlon.
I read a post last week that talked about being fearless and it asked what have I done lately in which I challenged my fears. My response was, this race!
Weekly Workout Recap / Week 5 Duathlon Training April 20 - 26th, 2015
15 min Run / 30 min Ride / 15 min Run
Honestly, I wasn't able to train on Sunday because it rained all day so Monday I opted to do Sunday's training. I only ran one of the run components because I was trying to make it to meditative yoga at Solstice Atl, An Urban Retreat for Moms. It is brand new in the ATL and you can read my review of it here. I totally enjoyed the studio, the class and my fit social with my girlfriend.
I missed the BGR Run we had
unexpected guests that we haven't seen for years.
Rest & Stretch
Since I did yoga the day before I decided to skip it today.
Run 30 / Bike 30
Run and bike went well. Not sure why I didn't get to the run.
Rained out and starting to experience some, "I don't
Bike 75 min
I struggled for three miles and my help showed up. I went further than I have ever been
12 miles, and tried some new trails. Biking is starting to give running a run for its money. ,
Run 10 / Bike 60 / Run 10
Training was brutal today. No help came and I struggled the entire way. I barely ran the last leg of training. My legs hurt most of the day, which never happens, and I was completely exhausted. I haven't been doing any super crazy eating, but I haven't been supporting myself nutritionally either.
Good news, I got it done.
On to next week!!
Do you ever feel like you don't want to or am I the only one?