Weekly Training Report!

This weekly training report shows that the mileage was lower this week. This week, we had several factors that pretty much led to fewer miles, but I’m not worried about it. 65 miles of running this week in a 7:15 per mile average. Obviously the big goal is to continue the high mileage and run faster, too.

Weekly Training Report: Total – 69.76 miles.
Run Total – 65 miles.
Hike Total – 3.76 miles.
Bike Total – 0 miles.

Sunday June 20 – 9.2 mile run.

Sunday, I ran 9.2 miles in 01:13:13.

Monday June 27 – 13.55 miles.

Monday morning I ran 3.5 miles in 00:30:32. In the evening, I ran 10 miles in 01:08:35.

Tuesday June 28 – 20 miles.

Tuesday morning I ran 6 miles in 00:48:13. In the evening, we went to the Maryville-Alcoa Greenway trails and I ran 14 miles in 01:34:59.

Wednesday June 29 – 8.25 miles.

In the morning I ran 1.5 miles in 00:13:53. My legs did not feel great, but I decided to get out and move a little bit. In the evening I felt better and ran 6.75 miles in 00:48:19.

Thursday June 30 –4.5 miles.

I ran 4.5 miles in 00:31:30.

Friday July 1 – 2 miles.

We spent the afternoon in Clinton, TN and stayed at a hotel! We both did some work in the hotel, then I ran in the gym on a treadmill. Otherwise known as the “dreadmill”! It really wasn’t that bad. I knew I needed to run, but running outside wasn’t going to happen. So I sucked it up and ran 2 miles in 00:14:05. I felt pretty good!

Saturday July 2 – 7.5 mile run, 3.76 mile hike!

Saturday we were up near Clinton, TN and we decided we wanted to go for a hike. We went towards the Norris Dam Park area and it was so much fun! We went for a short hike. The hike was only 3.76 miles, but it was beautiful! And it was very warm! After the hike, we went to downtown Knoxville and checked out the farmer’s market and a cool place called “K Brew”!

In the evening, I went for a 7.5 mile run which took 00:47:51.

Again, not a high mileage week, and that’s ok!

On July 4th, there’s a 5k I’ve registered for, so I decided not to run too hard, too far. The goal is to do well, so fewer miles, fresher legs!

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