A Race

Hello! Happy Monday everyone. Yes, it’s happy over here. My mom is visiting for two weeks. Yay!! But, more about that later…today I have some news to share.

If you look over to the right at my Daily Mile widget you’ll notice that I’ve been running a lot lately – including longer runs the past two Saturdays. Well….it’s because I am training for my first 10K.

Yes, my husband and I signed up for the Run for the Warriors race here in Jacksonville on Saturday, May 19th.
My husband challenged me to give the 10K a try, even though my original easy plan was to PR the 5K. I was pretty nervous about that because I had never run farther than 3 miles before.
Until now. đŸ™‚
Thankfully, the progress I have made so far from the Couch to 5K program I started back in February already had me well on my way to preparing for this race. I found a 10K training plan on JeffGalloway.com and counted back from the race day to where I needed to start training. I only “missed” the first 4 weeks of this training program when I started, but since I was over halfway through the C25K I noticed I was running the same amount as the “missed” weeks suggested. Which basically means I’m fine. (sorry for confusion).
I’ve printed out the 10K training plan, marked where I started and am marking off each day as I finish the suggested training. I’m using the two mid-week runs to finish up my C25K program and then doing the long runs suggested on Saturdays. It’s working out quite nicely.
So, I am completing my second ever race and I have a plan. I look forward to good things!

About Leah@MyNewEnding

I'm a 44-year-old wife and mother who begins her day with God and coffee. When my youngest of 3 kids started college I went from a SAHM to a full-time job. I love being an attendance secretary. A lot has gone on since I started this blog in 2009, but one thing remains the same: I will not give up on my health. Join me as I share what that means for the season of life I'm in.
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1 Response to A Race

  1. THat's awesome and what a great race it is!

    I really want to run, but I have to get my breathing down so I don't feel like I'm hyperventilating.


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