Real Life happens. And sometimes it puts spanners in the works of training quite spectacularly.
Since Rotherham, I've been trying to take it easy, but I should be doing little/low intensity and often in order to keep things progressing and to help with recovery. Except that there's been the house renovations making things very difficult. We've had to be moving furniture around the house, planning things, ordering things, choosing things, visiting Ikea, researching stuff and working with the builders to move things forward. Add all of that on top of work, cooking where possible, commuting etc. and there's very little time left for much more than a bit of sleep.
So I've really done bugger all in 2 weeks. The first week was intentional, the second less so. I managed to wedge in one turbo session and an accidental bit of running on Sunday while supporting Mr TOTKat at a local marathon. Saturday's parkrun was scuppered as I had no idea where my bar-code was and I really really wanted to get some good quality sleep which I've been missing out on for a while. This week I'll fit a few things in, but due to family birthday celebrations, the majority of my weekend is out of bounds and I won't get to go out and play on my new bike still. I managed to get to the gym yesterday for a strength session for the first time in a very long while, but my plan is to take opportunities where they arise to do stuff here and there until things settle a bit more in a few weeks time.
It's better than this time last year, for sure!
"It's better than this time last year, for sure!"ReplyDelete
... and it won't last forever.
Hesadevil: I hope so. From your lips to... etc., etc. I haven't been running in weeks due to achilles tendinitis... and I have the St. Neots half in just over a week!ReplyDelete
We'll see how that goes.