I ran and walked 5 days in a row

HI!!

I finished a personal challenge I put myself into. I decided to ran and walk for a week. It’s my first time doing that. I felt very energized during the process in the week.

Recap

February 1, 2021

Run

Distance: 2.01mi Time: 23min 24secs Pace: 11’39”

Walk

Distance: 1.70mi

February 2, 2021

Run

Distance: 1.26mi Time: 15min 55secs Pace: 12’38”

Walk

Distance: 1.26mi Time: 23min

February 3, 2021

Run

Distance: 1.01mi Time: 13min 39secs Pace: 13’31”

Walk

Distance: 1.01mi Time:

February 4, 2021

Run

Distance: 2.02mi Time: 25min 59secs Pace: 12’52”

Walk

Distance: 2.01mi Time:

February 5, 2021

Run

Distance: 2.02mi Time: 25minutes 16secs Pace: 12’30”

Walk

Distance: 2.01mi Time: 37min 26secs

I thought I was going to be exhausted when I finished the challenge but no that wasn’t the case. Right now I feel very motivate to keep going, I will be doing this during the rest of the month of February. I’m trying to work my endurance and I see the difference. I tolerate more. I’m not tired mid run or mid walk.


I forgot to post about my January Miles but I will take advantage of this post to let you know!

I ran 36.99mi

I walked 6.96mi


Thanks

Catherine

6 is better than 0

Hi! (short)

The month of July was my new start again. I’m glad that I made that decision. I’m thankful that a least I can walk. Running is not in the near future, but I’m so focus on looking forward to that day, I dream and think all the time about is a little bit crazy… Can you relate? I also get a little bit sad of the fellow blogger or instagrammers that post the recent event/ race or the miles they ran. But is not a bad sad is more like I know I can do that but first is my health and it going to take time, you need to be patient.

In the month of July I walk 6.37 miles that wasn’t the goal but something is something right!

This month has been a lot of change in my life, and I need to adjust to them so I can include the walk (running in my mind) to the new schedule/routine.

Sometime we don’t realize or appreciate the ability of walk. Like someone say that I don’t know. -You need to learn how to walk before you run. So I want to take this opportunity to be grateful to have this two legs and that I can walk. I want to take the necessary time to heal and be to my 100% to do the best.

Heal is a process and this process take time.

Be Patient Catherine…

 


Thanks for visiting

C.P.