i may have to call this slacker week
this may look lazy, but it’s actually a really challenging ab move. or not.
what? i bet even martha enjoys her take-out every once in a while!
well, it may not exactly be related to pediatrics, but there are many examples of plastic surgery in US weekly that can be examined for their varying degrees of quality. plus, i need to keep up with miley cyrus’ latest antics so that i can talk to the tweens in my primary care clinic.
i don’t know what is UP with me this week! i haven’t had a real, true day off for over 3 weeks — that may be part of the problem. also, it’s gloomy outside. so, guess who still has not bought any groceries? slack bequeaths slack, i suppose. but i think i am going to give into my impulses and just chill for the week. i’ll run when i want to and cook when i feel like it, letting the superego rest for a bit. hopefully a day off on saturday will put id back in its place!
workout: in all seriousness, josh and i really did have a good run together yesterday — he ran the first 4 miles with me, motivating me along. today is another story!
first 3.13 miles: average 8:37/mi
next 0.87 miles: average 9:01/mi
mile 5: 8:49/mi
mile 6: 8:12/mi
the run was not easy but i was happy with my finishing split! i think that may be it for speedwork this week, though. i just need a little break from my training plan. i don’t even know what i’m training for, anyway!
bravo for getting josh to exercise
Enjoy the rest week. Weeks like that is what will keep you motivated when it really counts. I have had many slacker weeks and after a few days my legs are itching to run again. Enjoy!
PS Mmm pizza looks good.
How fun that you and Josh are running together! The pizza looks so good!