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weekly workouts | january 28

Other than a visit to the cardiologist, it was a really good week training-wise. I logged my biggest running mileage week in ages – five runs for 18.75 miles! – including a great evening run down Summit with Nick and Sonia and a chilly Sunday morning run along the Mississippi with Jen and Johnny. Running is so much more fun when done with friends!

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nick, sonia and i after an evening run down summit.

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chilly but awesome sunday morning run with johnny and jen.

After a kick ass inverse pyramid interval spin at #pedal4pancakes at Urban Tri on Saturday morning, I blissed out on my mat at lululemon Grand Avenue ambassador Amelia‘s C2 vinyasa at CorePower. I was a bit apprehensive about practicing given the last vinyasa class I went to I nearly raced the from the room halfway through. But, the cozy class was exactly what I needed. #yogalove

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post yoga glow.

And, Friday officially marked the start of my Ironman Canada training! Coach Joe sent my first few days of workouts via Training Peaks – a cool format and communication tool with your coach, but I’m still a little partial to my training spreadsheet 🙂 Regardless, I’ve been diligently logging my workouts in both locations.

This week’s non-training highlights…

I knit a circle scarf! The last time I knit was… hmm… eight years ago, I think! But, it came back quickly after watching a couple tutorials on YouTube. I used this swirling cowl pattern from ravelry and a malabrigo rasta yarn, a super soft merino wool I picked up at the Yarnery. I will definitely make another circle scarf (or five!) before winter is over. A Minnesota girl can’t have too many scarves!

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circle scarf.

This week:

Bike 32.14 miles, 2:21:24
Run 18.75 miles, 2:59:24
Yoga two classes, 120 minutes

Next week: I just got the week’s workouts from Coach Joe, and boom! Training is in full swing 🙂

Have a wonderful week, friends!

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12 Comments Post a comment
  1. Gab #

    that’s such a gorgeous circle scarf, I love the pattern!

    February 3, 2013
    • Thank you! It’s the swirling cowl pattern on ravelry 🙂

      February 6, 2013
  2. Those are some great group shots. I often think about sneaking my cell phone into yoga for some action shots. And you look much better in my post yoga glow than I do : ) Hope you have another fantastic week!

    February 3, 2013
    • I only occasionally bring mine in, and when I do, it’s off and upside down under a towel 🙂

      Hope you’re having a great week, too!

      February 6, 2013
  3. I reallllly want to hear all about what your training will be like, etc! I’m sorry I couldn’t make HH this past week but let’s promise to get something on the calendar soon!

    February 4, 2013
    • Let’s go for a run or get coffee (or both!) and I’ll fill you in! I’m gone most of next week, but around after that!

      February 6, 2013
      • Sounds good! I’m back from my trip on 2/16.

        February 6, 2013
      • Let’s touch base when you’re back!

        February 7, 2013
  4. cute scarf Erin! makes me want to get crafty again. Isnt it nice to slip away to a warm studio? I like running and weights, but its in yoga that I truly feel good and connected.

    February 4, 2013
    • Thanks, dear! It was super easy to make.

      I’m with ya… my yoga mat is where I feel most at home (well, and cycling, too) 🙂

      February 6, 2013
  5. Carrisa #

    So exciting that you’ve officially started Iron{woman} training!! And cute scarf!!

    February 4, 2013
    • Thank you! It’s gonna be a busy, but fun year!

      February 6, 2013

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