Offseasoning: Week 2

With training cycle for Rock n Roll DC half marathon officially starting today, my off-season has kind of come to a close (still not biking/triathlon training, mainly focusing on running, strength and swim technique). Here’s how week two went down:

I did lots of yoga and rode my husband’s fat bike. Yep, that’s allย my body felt like doing so that’s what I did.

yoga under the tree lights-so relaxing
Definitely need to get on this bike more this winter! Handled the icy roads like a champ ๐Ÿ™‚

Nutrition was okay. I increased my fruit and veggie intake but I didn’t cut back on cookies and candies and all things holiday party, so my stomach still feels wonky. ‘Tis the season.

My daily snack, a clementine ๐Ÿ™‚

Well, the hard work begins today and I’m so ready for it! ย Be sure to come back next week to see how my first week of half marathon training went!

I’m linking up with Holly and Tricia for the Weekly Wrap.

Are you still in your off-season?ย 
If not, what are you currently training for?

7 thoughts on “Offseasoning: Week 2

  1. Welcome back to training! I’m back to training for IMMT, but have some other races planned along the way. I was ready to get back to training the first of December and coach said, “Go!” so I jumped on it ๐Ÿ˜‰ I’m glad I have been training as it keeps me sane and on track during the holidays.


  2. Oh yes…off season in full swing LOL I’m doing the Runners World Run Streak (Thanksgiving thru New Years Day), but have nothing on the calendar (officially) until mid-March. There are a couple February events that I’m considering, though. I’m recovering from a tough marathon (a month ago), so the running is very minimal for the time-being. And, I’m good with that LOL


  3. I am in off season too an enjoying not running. The weather has been yucky & my schedule not very cooperative to run outside. I have 2 races in February so I will start thinking about a training plan… after Christmas.
    Good luck with week 1 !


  4. I love clementines this time of year! And, I figure the Vitamin C is good for me too. I am not in off season. Here in the deep south, this is peak season for running. However, I do plan to take a few weeks off in January after my next marathon. I’ve never tried riding a fat bike. I see a lot of them for rental at the beach. Does it feel really different? Thanks for linking, Stacey!


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