Weekly Rundown

Another week where I learned my body will always get what it wants. Sometimes I just need to listen. I decided that since I was doing pretty much all treadmill, I should use the incline so that the hills weren’t such an obstacle in the spring. My knees did NOT agree. I did it twice before realizing that I should maybe not do that.

Monday:off.

Tuesday: I got on the treadmill before work and tried a mile at the incline. When I got the ‘mill, I believe it said it had two incline levels. Never have figured out how to do more than the one, and I am not sure of the degree of the incline. But I did a mile at 6MPH, keeping in mind that going to fast isn’t good for my knees. It seemed to go fairly well.

Wednesday: didn’t get up early enough to exercise so hopped on the treadmill when I got home from work. I am always so proud of myself when I exercise after a ten-hour day! Not that I did all that much, just 1 mile walk and then 14 minutes of stretch-y yoga. But I did, in fact, do it.

Thursday: another morning run at the incline. I kept the same goal, just 1 mile at 6 MPH.

Friday: my day off, so normally I do a long run. But I went out to do errands early in the day, and I was exhausted by the afternoon. I did go out and clean the horse stall, and that actually took about 2000 steps, not to mention the weight of tossing the manure. They had been busy!

Saturday: Still bouncing back from the week, I decided to do one of the preset runs on the treadmill. I did 30 minutes, that ended  up being about 2.65 miles. I followed up with a 10 minute walk at 3.0 MPH.

Sunday: I had planned another long run, but the knees were definitely not feeling good at that point. So I did another preset, a walk that does a mile in 20 minutes, and continued another 10 minutes after. Realizing that I hadn’t done weights yet during the week (they are the easiest thing for me to forget), I did 2 x 20 session.

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