I finished my first half marathon. So what’s next?
A half marathon every month? A full?
Well, maybe a full down the road – eventually. I think I need a few more half marathons under my belt first! I do want to keep running races, but it’s also nice to have a little break.
It seems like going with the flow and doing whatever exercise I feel like doing that day/week might work better for me. I always stress about getting the exact workout in that my current training plan calls for, which kind of defeats the purpose of using exercise as a healthy outlet.
Since my cross-training wasn’t so stellar during my training for the Shamrock Half (how do you guys have time for cross-training AND get all of your runs done?!) I’m going focus on a variety of workouts for a little while.
I can’t deal with going straight into another intense training cycle right now.
Instead, I’m going to take fun classes at the gym that I’ve been wanting to take, like Yoga Anti-gravity Wings.
I’m not sure my body bends that way, but we’ll see!
With glorious spring weather around the corner, I’m going to hop on my new bike and be one of the annoying bikers on the trail near Tuna’s house.
My fam is thinking that I would be good at triathlons, though I’m not sure I want to get into them yet. They’re expensive and I know approximately zilch about them. However, I could probably be convinced to do one…maybe during the summer. [Vicki?]
For now, I’m signed up for a 10K in May [with Mal, Rose, Stephy, and others – yay!]
We’ll be doing the Capitol Hill Classic, which I am excited for. A 10K seems like the perfect distance to run next.
I think this whole athletic event/race thing has officially turned into a hobby.