|In case no one believes that someon|
didn't actually get in!
I think I also felt bad about Leadville because I had put in another really solid week of training, especially for January. My speedwork felt easier which said to me that it was paying off. I got in some good vertical for January. Getting vertical in January means a lot more time on feet for less miles so it's not always super easy.
And warm temps over the weekend meant I was dreaming of spring. A very dangerous situation since it is still only mid-January. We have a lot of winter left, but it was amazing to get out in shorts and a t-shirt several times this week.
James' swim lessons went even better this week! It has taken him awhile to get used to the new setting and new people, but this week the real James was starting to peak through. He absolutely loved jumping into the pool and climbing back out and pushing off the wall. He's getting kicking down too! It's pretty fun to watch him enjoy it so much. Lately every day James seems to be showing more and more progression with communication. This week he nailed all done as in verbally. He rarely even needs you to cue him to use the words rather than the signs now. Of course he sometimes gets so excited he can say it that he forgets he doesn't actually mean all done! But hey it's progress. And everyday on the way home as soon as we turn onto our road I see him sign Dada in the rearview mirror. Its definitely a blast to watch his development lately.
Week January 12 - 18
Miles Running: 50.8
Hours Hiking and Running: 8.75
Tuesday: AM: 4 miles fast on the treadmill; PM: hill sprints at Apex 30s/1min/2min/2min/1min/30s
Wednesday: 7.1 miles easy on Green Mountain bike path
Thursday: 9.5 miles at Apex with Allisa
Friday: 14 miles at Bergen Peak at Elk Meadows with Dan
Saturday: 7.5 miles super icy FJ run
Sunday: 6 miles pushing James at Bear Creek, almost too windy to take him but he had a great time
|Loving the warm towels from the sauna|
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