Sad but true, the vacation has come to a close. What seems like an eternity that sped by, our time in Cabo can be simply be defined in one word: FANTASTIC. The antibiotics finally kicked in and I was able to enjoy time in the sun with Chicken Face, my little sister, and the rest of my family. Ten days later, I’m re-energized and ready to take on this training cycle with vigor. But before we do, a few of the many highlights (and I promise…the last time I mention this trip):
Heading off on vacation while starting your training plan can always cause a bit of predicament. But part of my 2011 outlook is to ensure that every moment is lived to the fullest…don’t let any life experiences pass you by. Along with this includes not stressing about perfectly hitting your training while on vacation.Instead, just keep moving and the ensure that the muscles are awake (and don’t forget to partake in a few margaritas). There are 14 weeks left and plenty of time to work a bit harder to get where we want. How do you handle training when on vacation?
Next post…getting back into training after a week off being sick followed by a week of vacation.
Day 19: Pure vacation = no running
Day 20: 4 miles
Day 21: Traveling home = no running
Day 22: 12 miles