Back on Schedule

Sunday’s Workout: 6 miles @ 50’22”

117.5/1,000 miles in 2012

Today’s Workout:

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What I Had to Say Last Week:

*Save Picknik!  Save Picnik!

*Be Prepared

*I reviewed Silence by Becca Fitzpatrick.

*Deciphered the difference between Knowledge and Wisdom

*Five Things Friday

*Packages from Home

*Cause and Effect

Another Monday is here and I will be taking this opportunity to get back on track, as far as half-marathon training is concerned.  As you know, I am on the mend from a week of the absolute YUCKS!  This past week, I tried my very best to stay on the same workout routine, but maybe didn’t log as many miles.  And that’s ok; you’ve got to listen to your body to ensure that you’ll be well enough to run another day.  Now that I’m feeling more myself, I want to focus on the love of the run.  I felt a runner’s high more so when I followed a scripted plan, so I’ll be using Hal Higdon’s Half Marathon Training Schedule, just as I did this past fall.  (Did I actually run in a half marathon?  No, but I did run 13.1 miles on my tready mill, so the training paid off.)

Question of the Day: Do you work better, or more efficiently, when working from a list or schedule?  Do you prefer to accomplish tasks this way?

2 thoughts on “Back on Schedule

  1. Yes, yes, a thousand times yes. I became good about following a running schedule (and now a general cardio schedule). And I did tons of research and organization to improve my diet. Now trying to develop similar organization for strength training and other areas of my non-fitness life. 🙂

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