|After one of my countless training runs.|
Really, it's more like I enjoy working out, and to keep me from being bored or getting complacent with a routine, I set goals and accomplishments. Planning races or a round of P90X or whatever other fitness phenomenon is the rage at the moment allows me to try new things, work different muscles, and improve my endurance, agility, and physique.
It just so happens, that right now, for me, that means lots of running. I think I've mentioned before that I use the Hal Higdon training plans, and continued the practice for these races.
So I registered for the Galveston Seawall Half in October with plans to PR (personal record) my time and rock it. My last half was the Houston Half in October 2009, and that was also a PR. Unfortunately, I did not PR but I had a great time running it, and still finished really well.
|Loved this race! Most of the course was along the ocean.|
|Showing off my medal!|
26.2 here I come!