I *know* this time of year we are prone to afternoon thundershowers. I really should plan to do as much as possible in the morning, but I hoped to do a few things in the evening Tuesday-Thursday and the weather just got in the way.
And just for the record, lately I've been walking my dogs almost every day in the morning. I count this in my workouts, but it isn't always planned. But that's why there is so much walking in the mix.
Here's how my actual workouts compared to the plan:
- Sunday: 800 m swim, Actual: 800 m swim :-)
- Monday: 2 mi walk, Actual: 2 mi walk :-)
- Tuesday: 3.1 mi hill run/ 800 m swim, Actual: 1.5 mi walk :-(
- Wednesday: 2 mi hill walk/8 mi bike, Actual: 2 mi hill walk :-(
- Thursday: 3.1 mi hill run, Actual: 2 mi hill walk :-(
- Friday: 2 mi run/2 mi walk/800 m swim, Actual: 2.4 mi run / 2.5 mi walk /800 m swim :-)
- Saturday: 7.8 mi run, Actual: 7.6 mi run / 1 mi walk :-)
- Sunday: 3 mi run, Actual: 4 mi run / 1 mi walk / 8.1 mi bike :-)
What, if anything, did I learn? For one thing, I really need to plan on doing more in the morning. This week, I'm still hoping for an evening run on Tuesday with my running partner, but I'll plan on morning running on Thursday even if that means I'm running alone. I'm also going to *try* to get up early and do some short (8-10) mi bike rides on Mon & Wed. It always sounds like a good idea until the alarm goes off, though.
[updated Monday morning to add: I actually did it! Got up early for a short bike ride this AM. That actually wasn't too bad. Worst part was hauling my butt out of bed when the alarm went off.]
How was your workout week?