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January 09, 2013


Jessica Morrison

I'm sorry you are having all these issues pop up. Hopefully the PT will be able to help sort things out and get your body working in sync again. I know how frustrating it is when your body is not cooperating with the plan!

Mom and Dad

Am with you all the way Michelle with lots of prayers and much crossing of fingers and toes ! love you lots, Mom

Laura @ Mommy Run Fast

Ugh, Michelle, not fun! To be honest, I had a lot of trouble sticking to RLRF... I used it as a general guideline but there were many runs that were no where near the prescribed paces and I just stopped caring and ran what felt good. I switched to one hard run a week, and added 1-2 easy runs in place of the 2nd mid week hard run, and also slowed the long run down a bit. I just couldn't keep up that intensity. BUT, I still feel like I had a much stronger training cycle than I expected to, and I came out of it uninjured. Keep listening to your body... I think you can pr without following RLRF to the "T"- and keep me posted!


Thanks, all! Laura - I definitely may slow down the pace a tad on the long runs later in the plan. I remember that from last time - the pace for those really long runs seems very fast in those final few weeks. I know I definitely don't have to follow the plan to a T, but I'm hoping I can come as close as possible. Can't wait to hear about your race this weekend!!!

Pregnancy symptoms week by week

Continue to exercise even if you have to slow down.This will help you recover more quickly.

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