Week in Review: February 9-15

Well, hello there! I hope you all had a wonderful weekend! Hope Valentine’s Day (or Saturday) was great for you. I’m back again with my week in review.

Workouts in Review

Here’s the rundown for the week:

Monday: 1-hour yoga, 38 minutes elliptical

Tuesday: total of 40 minutes strength, cardio, and yoga

Wednesday: 1-hour yoga class, 35-minute run, 30-minute walk

Thursday: honestly I don’t remember

Friday: 30-minute morning yoga practice at home–and a 2-hour yoga workshop (1 hour of alignment and 1 hour Ashatanga)

Saturday: Chasing Cupid 5K  (ran it in 30:45; week four of Jeff Galloway’s half marathon training plan. It called for 2.5 miles, but I had the 5K)

Sunday: Rest

What I’m Most Proud Of

Two things: (1) I ran a solid 5K on Saturday. It was a great race on a great course. (2) I attended a kick-asana yoga workshop on Friday and learned a lot/improved. AND while there, I got into/held crow pose. I’m getting stronger! Yesssss.

Where I Fell Short

I didn’t write down what I did on Thursday. Journaling fail.


This week’s runs were great. The whole “run slow to go fast” is really working!

 Thought for the Week Ahead

Do more of what makes you happy.

Let’s be happy this week!

Don’t forget to visit Jesica’s blog and check out her weekly update post and other linked-up posts. I’m also linking up with Tara from Running ‘n’ Reading for her Weekend Update link-up.

What makes you happy?

Did you race this weekend? How did it go?




6 thoughts on “Week in Review: February 9-15

  1. Congratulations on your 5K, Whitney! Woo hoo! That is fantastic! Sounds like you had another great week of training; I can totally relate to the fact that you “forgot” what you did on Thursday. This, sadly, happens to me sometimes, as well – ha! Crow pose is TOUGH – way to go!! Thanks so much for linking up with the blog again today; hope your week is off to a great start!
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    1. Thanks so much! Yeah, sometimes workouts slip my mind. Oh well. Crow is tough and I’ve had trouble with it since that night, but I guess that’s why I practice. 🙂 Thanks for hosting the link-up! I’m loving reading everyone’s posts!

    1. The face-planting thing is a concern for me too. I can always just picture myself doing it. Honestly I don’t know how I did it . . . I haven’t been able to hold it since. Ah well. I need to practice. 🙂

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