If anyone missed my San Francisco adventures, they can be found here, here, and here.
Now that my spring race is over, it's time for me to relax, put up my feet a little bit, and recover mentally and physically from training. I do have one goal for now, and that is to get outside after work each day. I'm walking around my neighborhood and the community park to get some sunshine and natural Vitamin D. I'm even breaking in my new running shoes.
I'm starting to map out training, and I want to shorten the time it'll take to get ready for the Boulder Rez 10k. The first week of training would be during Alaska, so we'll see. The Westerdam has a huge fitness area, and an outdoor track. I'll decide when I get on the ship, but the point of the cruise is to relax. I know I'll build my base again this summer, and if I can work up to 3 or 4 miles consistently, I can cut out some of the early weeks of training.
For now, it's nice to be lazy in the mornings, and not rush out for training. I'm also being lazy after my walks, and sitting on the couch. I haven't foam rolled since I got back from San Francisco. Oops. Oh well.
Friday Five 2.0 with Fairytales and Fitness and Running on Happy.