Had a wheat blip so consequently wasn't feeling great and had no energy. Had to let body rest and sort itself out.
However, I did manage to clock 10 miles most days walking. Can't let the body totally go off the rails!
Plus food options still good.
Just under 2 weeks now for the fun Shine Walkathon. Feeling confident that can that very easily. So am now really focusing on my next running race which is the Great South Run .
I had focused on a full marathon running plan over 16 weeks but it took the fun out of training and made me freeze. So revamped the running mileage. Have also decided to have 2 days running and 1 day powerwalking with Nordic poles as I miss that.
Have also taken dog walks out of training plan as a lot of my training was becoming far too pressurised in my busy work day. I am fitting a lot of things into my work pattern and I need to have a divide or humour failure.
The days I have Gigglebags will not be a run day anymore but will be the XT day with my pushing him in the buggy be a part of that, and gareth's circuits. More manageable and more fun.
Ah yes..that's what has happened..I have taken the "fun" element out of the training . Whilst i am serious about my goals, running for Fibromyalgia and Veterans Charity, I can't be successful unless the whole journey is fun!
Monday rest day - run
Tuesday - XT day with Gareth's circuits and swim
Wednesday - gentle run & Kettlercise
Thursday - Noridc walk/XT train day with Gareth's circuits and swim
Friday - long run
Saturday - work/family rest days
Sunday - family day with dog walks
Food, well you have got the jist of the pattern and I seem to have got the idea of eating little and often through out the day. Porridge for breakfast. Wrap/spel crackers with hummus or poached egg for lunch. Protein and small carbs for dinner. Protein drink after main exercise. Keeping things low fat and minimal sugar. Weight loss will happen eventually. So dropping the food diary
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