Enfrentando otra dura semana de 130km 💪
No hay atajos- hay que romperse el lomo- pero dejenme decirles que visualizar un objetivo e intentar conseguirlo lo hace divertido 🏃🏻♀
5k today on the #dreadmill, which doesn’t seem very badass compared to everyone who ran Robbie Burns or tackled a long run, but it’s what I can manage.
A few days ago, I hopped on the scale for the first time in months. I don’t weigh myself frequently as I personally don’t find it productive or healthy- I exercise lots, I’m active in my day-to-day life, my diet is decent (most of the time)...I don’t feel like I could do much more without driving myself crazy.
I was expecting to see a number +/- 5lbs than last time, as I feel healthy and like I’ve been exercising lots and eating reasonably. What I wasn’t expecting was to see that, somehow, without my clothes getting any tighter or any lengthy junk food binges and including the tail end of marathon training, I apparently gained 17lbs. The number was so ridiculous compared to what I know it should be that my only reaction was, “Lol, no.” Honestly, if I thought it was accurate, I’d likely be a bit embarrassed and wouldn’t be sharing the story. In many situations, there’s nothing wrong with gaining weight, but gaining nearly 20lbs in ~3 months without realizing it would be cause for concern.
When I told my mom she offered to send me a new scale as a little present (thanks!) I selected one that was well-reviewed and had a variety of features including body fat percentage, skeletal mass and BMR. I used it today and was happy to find that...
👍My body fat percent was in the “athlete” range
👍 My bone mass was above average
👍 My visceral fat and subcutaneous fat were in the low/healthy range 👍 My muscle mass was high ...basically, things that matter beyond just #weight indicate that I’m doing a good job of staying healthy (and no, I had not gained 17lbs). I know a scale won’t be as accurate as a true medical test/bod pod scan, but used to give a general idea of my body composition, I think it’s useful (especially as I’m doing more weights and trying to build strength). #runTO#torontorunners#torontorunning#canadianrunning#winterrunning#injuredrunner#newbalance#silenthunter#gymlife#alwaysinbeta#1400v6#runhappy#runyourworld#everybodyrun#runnerscommunity#instarunners#runnersofinstagram#nodaysoff
어떤 신발을 신고 마라톤 풀코스를 뛰어야 할까요?
#1400v6 뉴발란스 마라톤 경기화의 대들보이자 2018 Top10 마라톤 기록에 포함 되었 던 #마라톤화 단단한 어퍼, 가볍고 적절한 쿠션과 적절한 반발성! -
#fuelcellImpulse 뉴발란스의 최신 기술이 접목된 신발! 엄청난 반발력을 내는 퓨어셀이 경기력을 극대화해준다. 게다가 양말을 신은듯 밀착된 어퍼는 다른 일체형 어퍼들과 다르게 신게하게도 발이 안에서 이리저리 움직이지 않게 잘 잡아준다.
나는 어떤 신발을 신고 달릴까요? 🏃♂️🐎
Good training week last week: - A solid speed session of 6x3 mins on treadmill @ 18kph - Tourist parkrun at Rother Valley (3rd in 17:42) although hoped I'd be somewhat faster than that
- 2 hour long run / 16.25 miles
Just under 50 miles for the week but happy with 3 key sessions done and a couple of days off due to other commitments and life etc.
Easy run this morning in the new trainers I got the other week. 3rd pair of New Balance 1400's in a row now. These are the new V6 and can't think of many shoes that are better value at the moment.
A quick jog at the end of a busy week. Starting to get a bit of speed together, although nowhere near 'good' yet. Hoping for sub 20 before Christmas, with a view to building towards a sub 40km in the NY. It's a different game from running mountain ultras, but good to mix it up. Mountain distance this weekend (awesome!).
스타트하고 스테이튼 아일랜드에서 다리를 건너면 환상적인 뷰가 펼쳐진다는 말에 잔뜩 기대했었지만, 다리위가 아닌 다리 밑으로 가는 그룹이었다는게 함정.😅
다리를 지나 마을로 들어서면서 들리는 종소리를 시작으로 주로 옆에 끊임없이 늘어서서 응원해주는 사람들을 보며 응원뽕에 흠뻑취해 혼자 울컥울컥하다 민망해하며 눈물을 수차례 삼켰다는건 안비밀.🤣
응원뽕에도 침착하게 오버페이스없이 달리며 이번 목표인 330을 하겠다는 희망에 부풀어 신나게 달리다 24키로 지나며 나타난 에드코흐퀸즈보로 다리에서 업힐지옥을 맛본 후 몸에 이상을 느끼고 하향목표로 수정.😞
이 후 점점 더 무거워지는 다리와 몸살이 오는것처럼 점점 아파오는 살들때문에 걷뛰를 반복하다 5키로가 채 남지않은 지점에서 포기해버리고 싶은 마음에 설움을 참지 못하고 울어버리고 말았다는.😭
하지만 이곳은 지금이 아니면 다시 올 수 없을 뉴욕!
포기할 수 없기에 입술을 깨물고 다리를 억지로 끌며 힘겹게 완주.😵
이렇게 뉴욕마라톤의 막을 내렸네요.
정말 여러모로 잊을 수 없는 #Newyorkcitymarathon
아낌없는 지원과 응원에 감사합니다.❤