Mon: RestTue: 3.5 milesWed: RestThu: 7 milesFri: RestSat: RestSun: 9 miles
Last week before the
and I improved my PR onRancho PG&E
more than 2 minutes. The first parking lot was full even at 7:10am. Anyway, I
mostly ran uphill with a total of 45:10 (2:14
) and a total of 1:14:13 (2:52 better) after stopping at the main
parking lot. I'm feeling good but am traveling this week so lets hope everything
stays on course!
Here are good reads of this time:
Peanut Butter - A Great Runners Food - Packed with vitamin E, niacin,
folic acid, protein, fiber and monounsaturated ("good") fats, peanut butter
just might be the best runner's food on the planet.
Eat Smart on the Road - Whether you're driving cross-country or
just to a nearby state for a race weekend, these five tips will help you eat
right along the way.
Try a 'Three-Lap' Workout - Running 1200's (three times around
the track) is a great, often-overlooked way to boost your aerobic capacity.
Start with these five workouts.
Strength Train in Sun (with video) - Outdoor circuit workouts, or
sessions that alternate running and resistance exercises, are a perfect way
to build strength.
With a 5:30am start wave on 7/29, it's exactly less than 7 days for my race to