"Things do not change; we change." Henry David Thoreau
I'll get to the taboo topic in a bit, but first let me tell you a little bit about the last few days in this life that is mine. Friday was a day off running...so I went to the gym and did my strength training and abs. I had to miss yoga because I had a doctor's apt. My lungs are doing well these days...I'm pleased with that! This is the longest since I got quite sick that I have been off prednisone for so long :) Yay!
Friday was my little sister Iz's b-day and her daughter, my god-daughter, Lulu's b-day, was a few weeks ago. So my sisters came over for a celebratory dinner and I made sugar pie...Iz's favorite dessert!
Then Saturday, uber hubby and I ran our 3K steady run and it went superbly. I actually went too fast according to my training schedule...haha!
Then Saturday evening my dear friend Miglena and her husband came over for dinner and we had a blast!
We took a put-the-timer-on-and-run photo :)
Today, Sunday, uber hubby and I ran 7K and, once again, I went too fast! I was supposed to take a minimum of 56 minutes to run 7K and I took 50:30. I totally realize that these shorter distances are fooling me and that I need to figure out how to keep a steadyish pace for longer distances. Still, I LOVED my run today!
NOW, about this taboo topic I teased you with at the beginning. I have been reading enough blogs to cause indigestion these days and no one, I repeat, NO ONE, talks about walking during their runs.
We have the Galloway method: