"Success is the sum of small efforts, repeated day in and day out" - Robert Collier ❤️
I was so NOT feeling it this morning. Went to bed later than usual, had to be to work an hour earlier than I'm use to and all I wanted to do was sleep in 😴 BUT I got my butt out of bed a little earlier and managed to squeeze in a 2 mile run. I know that even if I only have 10-20 minutes in the morning to workout I feel so much better about myself and my day when I utilize that time. Every small effort counts! Push yourself today to do what you can, even if it's small. ❤️
2 speedy miles to start the day! It's been a good week with some tough moments due to some of my symptoms of vestibular neuritis reappearing, but a few solid adjustments from my chiropractor and using my essential oils got me back on track. Grateful for the fresh air and that happy running road this morning 😃
This week I experimented with plant based and all I have to say is that I feel amazing! One night during the week however my husband made chicken bites and curly fries and I had some. I felt so sick after though and regretted it all! ☹️ I will be eating mostly plant based again this upcoming week but I might have an egg every morning and salmon one night because those are things I love and don't want to give up right now. This vegan plant based Caesar from @plantbasedblonde is one that will be on the menu this week! 🙌❤️
Lay-down: Den obligatoriske 30'er. Jeg har ikke forberedt mig specielt på turen i morgen, udover at få trænet igennem naturligvis 💪🏻
Der er lovet sol i morgen i Lyngby, så singletten er hentet ud af skabet ☀️😎
Jeg skal dog have testet min Marathon strategi: Løb første halvdel med hovedet og sidste halvdel med hjertet ❤️
Love my sweet little family! 💗
Grant looks so proud in this picture and Brooke is looking at me with her tiny Red Sox hat on. (She's such a local) 😏
I mentioned in a previous post that I was going to talk to my PT about my post-Boston plans. After checking my progress, she said she felt like I could continue to run like I want to as long as I'm diligent with my PT exercises and scale back the distance. She said regardless of how fit I might be, there's no denying that your muscles fatigue more the longer you go, and continuing to train at that level of fatigue could delay my diastasis recovery. She gave me some new plyometric exercises to do, especially before interval/speedwork, to encourage proper breathing and core stabilization on impact.
So what are my plans? First up, I'm thinking about running my first stroller 5k in a few weeks! Practice starts today! It really just depends on how Brooke does in the stroller but I'm always convinced she is on the verge of enjoying it. 😄 We'll see!
In a local Cusco market. Struck by color of the fresh fruit and vegetables! Gorgeous colors of a mother and daughter with baby llamas. In this country nothing is wasted. These are llama fetus' which are considered to bring good luck to homes and businesses.
I learned two things this morning. 1 - I can do it. 2 - I need a new pair of shoes. These have been great for work outs, but not nearly enough support for running. Nike outlet - Here I come! (Next weekend - because this little lady has to work all weekend. Its all good right?)