The Fairest Week In Review: 2/20

Sleepy Cinderella

I recently read that endurance athletes require MORE sleep than the average person. In this way I have not been optimizing my training as a runner. Do not follow my example re: sleep.

However, I am not without redeeming qualities. For example, I have found a new way to adapt to running in the cold! Do you like to mess with your music while you run, but your supply of touch-sensitive gloves is limited? You only need one designated tech hand – split the touch pair, stick a regular glove on your non-tech hand, and voila! You just doubled your inventory!

 

Anyway. So life continues to be a mixed bag. Workout log, whatcha got for us?

Sunday | rest

Having just completed a 17 mile run the Friday before, I decided to give my body an extra recovery day. 

Monday | 55 minute ballet class

I woke up early to run but I was unimpressed with the snow-rain-slush on the roads so I went back to bed. And then it rained all day so I never got a walk in.

Tuesday | ran 7.11 miles outside in 1:15

STILL raining but it was too warm for ice so I sucked it up and went out anyway.

Wednesday | ran 7.33 miles outside in 1:15

Thursday | walked 2.08 miles outside in 35 minutes; 55 minute ballet class

Friday | ran 7.12 miles outside in 1:10

Saturday | rest 

And now for the roundup:

– Just Me & My Running shoes offers more and better cold weather running tips.

– Sensible Stylista talks running your first 5K.

– Sparkly Runner and Magic Of Running recap my beloved WDW Marathon.

– The Disney Tourist Blog checks out club level at the Animal Kingdom Lodge. WANT!

– Disney Every Day imparts the VITAL information of where you can find Kevin in DAK.

– Disney Travel Babble threw another SWEET party in Epcot!

– WDW For Grownups has brunch at Homecomin’ in Disney Springs.

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