I went out on a school night! It was fun but I stayed up way too late.
Diana, Sarah, and Katy grabbed Yoforia with me. There’s a big courtyard in front of the fro-yo place that is always packed with people and their dogs, so I brought James along, too. Good times.
I always skip the fruit and head straight to the candy.
Breakfast was simple and fast. Still low on groceries!
Sunflower buttah toast and melon. Hit the spot. I refuse to turn on the oven; it’s just too hot outside right now!
I was just about to sign up for the Run for Your Cause 4-Miler when I realized my sprint triathlon is the next day. Boo! I don’t think my body can handle doing two hard races back-to-back right now (hopefully, I’ll be back in optimal training shape soon, though!). I was really looking forward to Run for Your Cause because I SMOKED this race last year and wanted to run the fun, friendly course again.
Personally, I LOVE to repeat races. It makes me feel like a true local to come back year after year and do the same race.
I raced Miracle Miles 15K three times – 2007, 2008, and 2009.
(Side note: I miss doing all my races with Meghann and Megan. I wish I had an enthusiastic racing buddy here in Charlotte.)
I raced the Florida Hospital 10K twice – 2008 and 2009.
And I raced Crooms’ 15.4 mile trail run (my favorite race ever) twice – 2009 and 2010.
Do you repeat races? Or do you think doing the same race twice is a waste of money?
I love running the same races! The Peachtree Road race is coming up in Atlanta and is always a staple for my Fourth of July.
I know you were hurt so you couldn’t run the obstacle course race but I would really recommend a fun race like Warrior Dash or Spartan Race! Nothing competitive, just a good muddy workout – with beer at the end 🙂