Happy Hump Day everyone!
I’ve spent part of the morning so far looking through pictures I found online of the 5K I ran this weekend. One of the photographers on the course got a good picture of me right before the finish line but I’m not able to copy the picture here to share with you (unless I want to pay for it and I don’t think I want it THAT badly). It’s a fun reminder of a fun event though!
As the title of this post suggests, I didn’t work out yesterday. I didn’t plan my Monday evening too well and ended up staying up well past 11PM (which is quite late for me) finishing things up and I spent most of Tuesday dragging due to lack of sleep. My thighs still feel quite tight presumably from the 5K on Sunday so I just wasn’t in the right place physically or mentally to get a run or a bike in on Tuesday.
So instead I got a haircut! I won’t go into any detail about that because I really doubt anybody wants to hear about it.
I got a good night’s sleep last night and I’m feeling better today so I’ll be back at the gym this afternoon for my workout. I’m thinking that today’s a bike day although I haven’t completely ruled out getting on the treadmill today either.
I spent a little time yesterday checking out the event calendar at Running In The USA. Part of me is wondering if I should try not one but two triathlons this summer. I was thinking maybe a sprint distance in July and then go for the Olympic distance in August. Maybe that’s too much although I would be interested in getting a feel for a tri before I actually do the Olympic distance one. I think I need to noodle this one for a little while. Any opinions?
One last little interesting tidbit…..I made a post a couple days ago titled “Samson Stomp 5K Results”. Since then, I’ve seen traffic to the blog jump by about 500%. It looks like a lot of people who are googling “Samson Stomp Results” are inadvertantly finding their way here. While I doubt that many of these folks are going to be repeat visitors, I’m hoping that at least a few of you will stick around and enjoy the stories and information you find here. If not, no worries. I’ll still look forward to running another 5K with you!