This week Meagan is running again (and biking!), Sue shares a 5K race recap, and we’re talking about recovery in our coaching segment.
I don’t normally write up race recaps of 5K races, but then again I don’t normally race 5ks anymore, and this one felt particularly blog-worthy. I was originally planning on running the St. Charles Children’s Home 5K on Labor Day, as I do most Labor Days. This weekend we ended up going up to Fryeburg to spend time with family, and I decided to run a local 5K on Sunday instead since it was going to be cooler weather than Monday anyway.
As a result of my recent changes in employment over the past year, I feel like I have been in either a constant state of flux or a state of limbo. Learning a new job for six months, then deciding it wasn’t a good fit for me has caused me to re-enter the job market, and try to find something else.
This week Sue gets a new job, Meagan rides a bike, and we’re talking about mental training in our coaching segment.
This post was originally published on www.lifeupandrunning.com.
One of the first things women around my age say about my running is some version of “Oh, I could never do that!” Unless there is a glaring reason why not, my response is, “Of course you can, if you want to!”
If you want to do something, never tell yourself you can’t.