Guess who was able to run yesterday?
3 miles at 13 minutes average pace sounds pretty slow. But after two weeks of injury recovering, it feels good to run painless again.
I keep repeating this to myself all the time. Running is a sport of patience. I have to be patient so that everything comes together.
In other running news, I just finished reading this piece of gold right here.
This book made me question about my current training plan. I already talked about this in this post. But after understanding the principles of cumulative fatigue and building up my base mileage, running three days a week and putting more than 30% of my weekly mileage on my long runs might not be the best way to train. At least not for me, at least not at this point.
I don’t think I’m ready to start the plan they propose yet. Because I need to get some things together in my life before committing myself to this demanding training. I cannot wait, though.
My GERD condition is among those things that I need to get together. It’s been one month since I went to the emergency room after that horrible San Francisco Trip. My medicine treatment is over. And so far it seems like this is a condition that I would have to live with for the rest of my life. However, this is an idea that I’m refusing to accept. I believe I have the legitimate right of doing so. I used to have a normal life, and I’m determined to get it back.
Therefore, I’ve spent hours researching about holistic medicine and how to heal conditions like this. What I’ve discovered/learned has blew my mind so far.
It seems like changing my approach and getting out of my comfort zone is what has been going on in my life lately.
PS: I initially planed to write about my Friday Favorites but this post came out instead.
Hope you have an amazing weekend!
Any long runs during the weekend? How many miles are you running?
No long runs for me, but I might do 10 miles during the remaining days of the week.
Any exciting plans for this weekend?
One of my best friends from college is visiting from Argentina. I haven’t seen her in three years and honestly cannot wait to see her.