Tuesday - 3.7 miles in 1:10 walking. I was going to run but my stomach was very iffy so I walked instead.
Wednesday - 3.6 miles in 45 minutes (12:30) run/walking plus .65 in 15 walking warm up/down. I started at 2:00 run/1:00 walk but ended up dropping to 1:30/1:00 and finally 1:00/1:00 because of the humidity. I've got to acclimatize.
Thursday - 2.5 miles in 45 minutes walk to and from lunch.
Friday - Core work for 30 minutes. I combined the exercises from the Pre-dawn runner routine from the ones in the the cards I ordered last week. It was a nice workout (or as nice as a core workout can reasonably be) and gave me some new exercises.
Saturday - 20.4 cycling in 1:42. Lovely ride. I feel like my legs are getting stronger. I'm riding more in 12th and even 13th than a month ago. I think this was my longest ride ever.
Sunday - 5 miles hiking/running at Walnut Creek part in 1:40. Not fast but it was hiking so that's to be expected. The first hour I did 2:00 walking/1:00 running, then I just walked (hiked). I was going to meet up with a friend and her dog but some days our phones/texting don't play nice together and this was one of those days.
Other notes about the week:
* I'm really enjoying the combination of the meditation bell reminder to move around and the pedometer tracking. It's hard to track at much at home because I don't wear pants with pockets that often and it's strange to carry my phone in my hand to get the laundry or get a drink. Still, my steps according to the phone were:
Monday - 6724
Tuesday - 11,388
Wednesday - 11,199
Thursday - 12,001
Friday - 6,567
Saturday - 7,562 (biking not counted or sort of counted)
Sunday - 14,107
Obviously the goal is to get every day > 10,000.
* I lost 2.6 pounds between my weigh-in 4/14 and 4/21!
* My heel is acting up. It gets tight progressively the more I've run and walked. A day of rest helps tremendously but I don't want to rest my heel. I want to be active every day. I actually suspect the issue is walking in my running shoes which are low (4 mm) drop shoes. They are fine to run but I don't think good for walking. I need to just go buy new/more traditional shoes.
* As a part of the running community and the community of Americans and humans, I'm upset by the Boston Marathon bombings. I think it's particularly scary because it could be anywhere: a race, a little league game, an art show-- any place people are gathered. Nonetheless, I'm impressed and proud of the running community's reaction that the way to go is to be strong and proud and keep running and cheering.