Friday, February 24, 2012

Five things Friday.

1. I've gotten a lot of questions along the way about running while pregnant. No, I am not pregnant now, I just ran through my last pregnancy. So, I decided to put together a page of information on my experience. You can find that page by clicking on the Pregnant Running link in my header, or HERE.

I would love your feedback on this page! I think that sharing information is helpful for those moms and moms-to-be who want to continue to run while pregnant!

2. Thanks for all of your comments on my running tights post! Man, you all love the Under Armour. And Target.

3. I'm giving away cereal over HERE.

4. This week's runs haven't been the best. My recovery run after the marathon relay was fine but my next two runs kinda rotted. I felt flat and was never able to find my groove. I'm not going to let it get me down but I'd be a liar if I said it didn't bother me a little. Easy 5-milers shouldn't be so tough!

5. Fortunately, today is a rest day in advance of tomorrow's 18-miler. 18 miles?!?! Yup, 18 miles. I'm meeting my pal, Melissa, for this Big Run. The weather is supposed to be much better than it was when I ran my 17-miler two weeks ago so I figure the 18 miles should go well. Melissa and I run well together so I'm looking forward to the almost 3 hours of her company!

So, that's the big plan for the weekend: 18 miles tomorrow morning. After that, who knows? Maybe a nap? Only if I'm lucky . . .

Have a great weekend, everyone!


~ Felice

5 comments:

Run with Jess said...

Yeah, I got 18 on the schedule this weekend too! Good luck on your run!

EMR said...

It is so good to be exercising and running to keep fit...we are always stuck with work and gadgets in workplace...so unhealthy !!!I feel happy and inspired reading your blog

I Run for Fun said...

Good luck with the 18-miler. A few not-too-good runs means you will have a GREAT long run!

C├ęcy said...

Regarding your Running While Pregnant page, I think it needs more information. Great that you are proof it's doable. But if you want it to be informative, why not break it down by trimesters, share how you felt, what your doctor did, the mileage you did, where you adjusted, etc.

Ronaldnzko said...

Good luck with the 18-miler. A few not-too-good runs means you will have a GREAT long run!

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