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😱 Et bien non, il n’y aura pas de chiens de traîneaux ce week-end, mais plutôt un Snow Trail ☃️
La Romeufontaine 🏃🏼♀️. Vous connaissez ? .
J’ai hâte. 🥇Dossard de l’année et premier dossard depuis ma micro fracture en novembre 🤕🥴. Je prend énormément de plaisir à m’entraîner et je choisis des dossards qui me donnent envie🤗 et me font avancer. .
Des dossards que j’ai hâte de porter et de vivre. Peu importe la distance, moi, dimanche ça sera 12 km & 400 D+, mais ce séjour à Font Romeu va être génial ❄️, neige, ski 🎿, et un CHALET 🏚 @huttopiaeurope ! .
Vous allez me prendre pour une folle, mais, c’est mon rêve de séjourner dans un chalet pour moi toute seule 😍
When I tell people I love to run, I sometimes get weird looking faces saying: “I hate running, it’s so boring!” 🌲 But I feel like they have never really tried.. really stuck to it for 2 months straight 🌿. Once you do, you know it’s the best feeling ever. Not only for your body, but it will help you with everything else in your life. I promise.
🏃🏽♀️ 6KM • 32:22 • 5:24/km.
🇳🇱 Vandaag zo’n rondje van: pff miezerig buiten, geen zin ☁️. Van 1 kilometer bezig, in een te diepe plas stappen en langzaam het water je schoen binnen voelen dringen 👟. Maaar ook van: wow powerrrrr! Voel ik die krachttraining nu al? Lang geen hardloopsessie meer gehad op 11km/h gemiddeld 😁. Omg I feel good! ❤️ Morgen weer met gewichten smijten. Ik ben blij 😊.
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O tamanho é o mesmo, mas os recursos... #10yearchallenge
1. Aptonia - Só era possível ver Frequência Cardíaca...
2. Garmim 620 - Grava frequência Cardíaca, tempo, distância, oscilação vertical, passos por minuto e em breve pensamentos...🤣
#10yearchallenge - Well this was fun! 2009/2019 - Running vs. Cycling - not much has changed. Still loving the endurance sport world, just mostly on two wheels these days. 🚴🏼♀️ Running the Chicago Marathon was a dream, a bucket list. I put all my eggs in one basket to qualify for Boston and I did. Now days, I’m a bit less “competitive” and “goal seeking”, and a bit more focused on just doing something cause I love it. No race to train for, nothing to qualify for, just riding and trying to improve for the fun of it! 🎉 And somewhere in between those 10yrs were 8yrs of triathlon. 🏊🏼♀️🚴🏼♀️🏃🏼♀️ Swipe 👉to see 2008/2018. That one time I dyed my hair brown 🤦🏼♀️ to the 3rd to last day in 2018. How cute is the mug my mom got me?🥰
Thank you to the city for shoveling the park and thank you those of you that made a wall of snow that was perfect to prop my phone on for this quick selfie. This was another perfect tempo run of a one mile warm up, 7 miles at a 7:20-7:28 pace, and a 2 mile cool down. I think I kept these legs moving today because I got a text from my husband that he was watching me shortly after starting my run. I totally forgot that I set that feature up on my watch last week, and I have to say it’s a tad creepy. A little motivating and a little creepy all at the same tone 😆 I even got a picture from him of me running on his computer. Sounds like he’s super busy today 😂😂😂😂
My immediate thought when someone says “I don’t like Winter running!”-
“You’re not doing it right!” 😏🤷🏻♂️ Find a crew, like this one, and, they’ll make any tough, crappy, &/or, cold conditions enjoyable!
Great to finally meet @jagruns IRL at my weekly Run Club! Thanks for joining us Jamie & I look forward to running with you again in the future!
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Wednesday night group run with @fleetfeettulsabrokenarrow - The group I ran with was awesome 🙌🏻 a great group. The weather was great with some misting 👍🏻 Hope everyone had a great Wednesday!
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Back to the grind with the women’s volleyball team this morning. Quick feet and high knee drills on an incline. This exercise is great for building strength and endurance in your hip flexors and abdominal muscles. All types of athletes from distance runners to power athletes can see benefits from this drill... #upbeforethesun#ncaavolleyball#strengthcoach
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10 YEARS: HOW I’VE GROWN❤️
❤️I now get my exercise from running & not dancing up in da club. I did not exercise. AT ALL. Prior to 2012, I would joke about how I was totally athletic. Because it WAS a joke. I didn’t exercise & was totally uncoordinated. Still am uncoordinated, but I love to sweat, love competition, & LOVE living the athlete life.
❤️I now don’t consider the sauce on pizza to be my vegetable for the day. I completely changed my diet in 2012 when I realized the years of poor diet, sugar, & alcohol totally destroyed my stomach. Now I eat for health & pleasure too- because recalibrating your taste buds means that you can enjoy eating foods that heal!
❤️I don’t hang around toxic people. I’ve learned that toxicity is so unhealthy & I surround myself with good, kind people that make me a better person.
❤️I’ve been learning to be gentle with myself. After years of allowing my high performance personality to control things, I’ve realized that this harsh way of treating myself is not sustainable - & sure isn’t enjoyable.
❤️I’ve learned that my greatest failures, are my greatest learning experiences. Things I never thought I could come back from, I’ve learned to pick myself up from & learn from.
❤️There is no time so dark that you can’t pull through. So whatever you’re going through- WHATEVER it is- you can get through it. You can find light, peace, & grace on the other side. Be kind to yourself in the valleys.
❤️We can allow the tough times to makes us bitter & change us for the negative- or we can let them change us, make us more empathetic, kinder, aware, gentle. We choose.
❤️Loving & accepting yourself is the most valuable thing I’ve learned. From being discontent with my body, & being cruel to myself for mistakes I’ve made, I’ve learned kindness for myself. Life is easier to go through when you learn to be kind & love yourself.
❤️There is no shame in failure. There is still a reason to hold your head high. Getting back up is admirable & necessary. Failure is temporary, & success WILL be my story.
❤️Life is beautiful & such a gift. To focus on all of the negatives is distracting & robs you of the gift of the day you’re given.
“A comfort zone is a beautiful place but nothing ever grows there.” That quote not only sums up my training but also everything going on in life. This month has been hard for a multitude of reasons and it gets to the point where I just keep telling myself to move on and push through. Easier said than done, right?
Anyway, running in the dark can sometimes be frustrating, especially when I’m slipping and sliding on ice (whoops), but there’s a sense calmness to it. Tonight I crushed my tempo run and it was just what I needed.
10 min w/u
4 mi @ 8:01, 7:54, 7:56, 7:46
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5.93 mi total
This run flew by and I enjoyed every minute of it. Thank goodness for Wednesday because we’re that much closer to the weekend. Time to keep moving forward ☺️🏃🏼♀️ #runjillrun#runwithpurpose#perspective#halfmarathontraining