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Monday, July 23, 2012

Marathon Training Week #5

Hi Peeps!

Time for my weekly check in and this one will be pic heavy!

Celebrated with my twins 4year photo shoot this past week. Next Week they turn 4 and I'm so excited to keep watching them grow. They age and my life gets a little bit easier. They tend to understand more rules, become wildly independent and continue to learn to know better ;-)
We continue to do all the wonderful Summer Fun Stuff- Swimming, play dates, playgrounds, dining out, etc. This week we focus a bit more on home play in our backyard, more eating at home and doing some school work, this week we did none! Whitney already knows she will be writing a report, reading a whole book and we bought flash cards to keep working on her Math! Ally has had a Much better Week.....OMG! Thank You God! Thanks for all those that sent me loving support in the manner xx

Here are pics of my twins and family fun times :)
Playdates into the sunset

First Time on roller skates!

He was so slick on skates, first time and so confident I saw him going backwards, lol-

Easier to sit? get up silly girl!

I spent alot of my childhood here, I threw on skates and went for a circle and being thin maybe made the difference but being on skates for the first time in probably 20 years was like riding a bike, you never forget! I spent alot of time roller skating as a child/teenager so it was a fun experience to bring my kids here ♥

RunnerBoy and I ♥

What a whack, I love him- I actually love this picture cause it shows his personality!

Pretty Princess     ♥

4 year Birthday Photo Shoot :)

Block Party at my sisters house for a bit :)

Twins Did their first race and here are a few pics and if you look under my facebook I have an open photo album to the others :) Twins ran 1/4 mile walked/run a half mile and then the last 1/4 mile they finished running. One mile race done in 14:24 and Whitney ran hers in 10:14 I believe! She got 3rd place age group! Boom! They collected medals and now Trophy's!

My Foods:

My eating has been clean and Great :) I ate out a few times this week, more than I should have but I vowed to eat at home all week this week!! I made fabulous choices but hidden sodium happens and so does the choice of products when I eat out that might have hidden stuff in it that I don't eat like High Fructose corn syrup etc. So Healthy choices but likely NOT Clean per say!
My choices this week were simple and plain and here is just a couple pics from this weeks food I took for you all :)

Tip: I gut my bread rolls! I also will eat extra protein on the side!

Finished product!

Typical Lunch all week- salad & fresh fruit :)


Monday- crosstrain / weight lifting

Tuesday-  6.2 miles (double run day- 3 mile speed session in the morning, stroller run in the evening)

Wednesday- Rest to be fresh for 5k race

Thursday- 1 mile warm up- 5k race

Friday- 12 mile long run- squeezing it on on runnerboys day off , my abs killed my on the 5k yesterday and the legs burned out at mile 12, did a one mile walk home after the 12. Did this obviously in an easy pace-

Saturday- Rest- Quads need rest- they hurt! Am I Marathoner? My legs really need to remember, lol

Sunday- 5 mile tempo- left quad very sore, stretched mid way through and I felt better overall but quads still spent but still had excellent tempo for a street one!

I won first place in my Age Group on my 5k
I was 58th out of 508 runners
18th Female of 283 Females
Here is my Race Blog Entry

Keep Visiting my CCRG Page  on Facebook
 at Random I'm giving away products such as these :

In order to get a chance to win this fuel bottle, I'm requesting that you show me your smaller dinner plate! I want my CCRG's to focus on eating from smaller dining plates than you currently use right now. Not only can it help teach you portion control by forcing you to eat only the amount of food that will fill a smaller dinner plate but you can help try to trick your mind into thinking it's full!

Runners Chia

Boom Energy Gel

CCRG Car Window Decals! I have 5k, 13.1 & 26.2's to give away!

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