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Day 3 of 100

Day 3 of my 100 day running challenge was truly wonderful! Today I did a short recovery run ... It's so interesting for me to notice that most of the time, unless I am sprinting, my running form is something I adopted many years ago when I was training for my first marathon. I noticed that I run more upright keeping my knees always slightly bent attempting to conserve energy and run "structurally". While I recognize and appreciate that that has gotten me through many many training runs and races, I don't think it is the most efficient way for me to run and certainly isn't the best way to put less stress on my body. Running in this way isn't taking advantage of one of the strongest mu

Day 2 of 100

For my second day of my 100 days of running I was grateful, as always, to have been able to actually run 6 miles in honor of another Hero. This workout was sooo tough. I just felt really slow today. BUT, I finished and that's a win! 😁🙏♥️ For Time: Finished in 1:39:22 (Was wearing my 8# weight vest too!) 100 Thrusters (135/95 lb) 100 Chest-to-Bar Pull-Ups 6 mile run **Partition the thrusters, pull-ups and run as needed. ( I partitioned this workout in the following way.... Thrusters: 18 18 16 16 16 16 Chest to Bar: 18 18 16 16 16 16 Run: 1 2 3 4 5 6 I varied how I broke up those numbers each set as well...) ******************************* U.S. Navy Special Warfare Operator Petty Off

100 Days Challenge!

Today I began a 100 Days Challenge! I was inspired to commit to run every day for 100 days. I have two rules for myself. The run has to be outside and it has to be a mile or more. That is the main challenge but I have set other goals to do in this 100 days too... Every week I am going to do a very challenging workout based off of Sealfit's weekly Mash-ups. I will be wearing my weight vest for as many workouts as I can. I am going to try more new foods. And I am going to write ... every ... day. Honestly, I am really just trying to break some comfortable patterns and habits and branch out, creating discipline and being courageous! So, today I ran a mile for my warm-up

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