Houston Marathon Training - Race Week!

Chicago Marathon training - week 13

This week marks week the final week of my 12 week training cycle for the Houston Marathon is in the books.  This is the recap for my Houston Marathon Training - Race Week!

I took tapering to a whole new level this week!  I didn't do much of anything activity wise,  I did get in the runs in. My body really wanted sleep... so, I woke up later/went to bed earlier this week.  Foam rolling happened every evening before bed.

I was careful with my nutrition choices this week.  I made a kale salad and my black eyed pea and barley soup to eat during the week.  Keeping my meals around race day tried and true.

Saturday was expo day and I had so much fun! In addition to meeting some of my TROT Team, I also saw Meb and Carl Lewis.  Sunday was race day... I'll have my race report out for next week.  I had a blast during the race and even managed a PR!

Houston Marathon Training - Race Week!


Monday - Rest.

Tuesday - Rest.

Wednesday - 3 miles easy, 5 x 60 sec strideouts

Thursday - Rest.

Friday - Rest.

Saturday - ABB 5k.

Houston Marathon Training - Race Week!

Sunday - Houston Marathon.

Houston Marathon Training - Race Week!

Total Miles = 33




I'm linking up with HoHo Runs and Taking The Long Way Home for the Weekly Wrap.

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11 Comments

  1. High 5 on the PR! And having fun is always winning.

    I don't really think you can rest too much before a race. Looking forward to the recap!

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  2. Congrats on your marathon, and the PR!! Isn't Meb the nicest guy, ever?

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  3. Congrats on Houston and a PR! Very exciting :) Well done!

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  4. I loved your post on Instagram this weekend! It looks like you had a blast at the Expo, 5K and the marathon.
    Congrats on your races!

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  5. Congrats on the PR! I can't wait for the recap!

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  6. Congratulations on the PR! And after running the 5k no less. I can't wait to read your recap. Isn't Meb the nicest person? Thanks for linking!

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  7. Yes... having fun is the most important part!

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  8. He really is... so humble and authentic.

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