Though I haven’t been blogging about my half marathon training – I’m now 2 weeks out from my 7th half marathon in PEI!! Also, I literally had to go through my blog to figure out how many half marathon’s I’ve run to date.
My training has been going really well. I’ve managed to log almost all my miles and surprisingly in September, most of those miles had me running at 5 or 6 am before my family was even up. September was the month of morning miles and I loved it! It’s starting to get a little colder and my early morning motivation is starting to dwindle.
October is off to a slow start with no running as of yet. I played three games of soccer over the weekend (we won the tournament and I scored a goal!!) so I took Monday off to rest. And rest I did. I was in bed last night at 8:49 pm – lights out! I’m coming down with a head cold which really sucks timing wise. I just feel lousy and have an 8 k run on tap for today. I’m really unsure if I’ll run at all today. Any tips on getting better quickly?
From runners to cleats!
On a more exciting note…….. I’m pacing the 1:10 – 10k at Valley Harvest Marathon again!!!!! I’m a wee bit excited as this is my favourite distance/time to pace! This will be my third time pacing this distance and race. I’ll be running with “True North Pacing”. They are the pacing group the came together recently to provide pacers for this race. Can’t wait!
Also – I’m looking forward to Thanksgiving dinner this weekend (Canadian Thanksgiving). After I pace my 10 k and help out a bit more I’ll be heading home to cook up a turkey and a roasted butternut squash for the vegan husband.
Anyone running Valley Harvest this weekend?
Favourite Thanksgiving dish?
Best advice to get rid of a head/throat cold? (Vit C, honey, garlic, sleep – what else).
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4 thoughts on “Half Marathon Update & Pacing VRM!”
Way to go on getting those early morning miles in!!
Thanks, they were fun! Sadly, my early morning motivation has dwindled with the cooler temps and darker mornings!
Happy Thanksgiving! I haven’t had a chance to comment on your posts but I have been following along. I’ve never been a pacer and I think that would be such a difficult job. Hats off to you for leading the way!
Thank you!!! I truly love pacing, it’s a rewarding experience!