Only 7 weeks to go to Columbus. Still plenty of time for a few more key workouts but I am feeling like there isn't quite enough time to get to where I would like to be come race day. I have one more 20+ miler then it is all either racing, pacing, or taper every weekend from here on out.
This week I came up a bit shy on the 65 planned miles. Just ran out of time and then Sunday when I planned to go out for an evening run our water main broke and we had no water to shower with until this morning so I opted for rest instead.
August 17th through August 30th-62 miles
monday- 6.5 easy with TR and Daisy 8:47 pace
tuesday-7 miles with track workout
wednesday-2.6 miles easy to and from my hair appointment 8:43 pace, 7.4 miles easy in the evening with NC 8:09 pace
thursday-10.4 miles with tempo
friday- 10.7 miles easy with cv 8:15 pace
saturday- 4 miles easy last mile at half pacing pace 8:24 average
sunday- 13.1 miles 7:36 pace, a hair too fast
*Edited to Add: I forgot this week I started the 100 push ups challenge so Monday (49), Wednesday (53), and Friday (61) I did a push up workout with David. I made the assumption that I could do 11-20 pushups and started with week 1 column 3. My arms were wrecked after the first workout but I am slowly acclimating. I don't really care if I can do 100 push ups but I want to improve my upper body and core strength and this seemed like a time efficient plan to do that and one that I would be able to stick to. *
1600, 800, 1600, 800 aiming for sub 6 on all and all faster pace than the last. These were on my own so I was happy with the effort, I am sure coach wanted these closer to 5:50 though
7 mile tempo aiming for under 48 or 6:50 pace. another solo effort, happy with it. Still flying sans garmin until they send the refund so I am happy that my pacing instincts are pretty accurate.
I'll save the details for the pacer report but was a hair off on a mostly downhill course with some rollers in the middle, pace felt comfortable just had a hard time nailing each mile right on. 1:39:37