Due to my trip to Disney this past week, I didn’t have much time to fit my runs in. But that’s okay, I still got done what I needed to get done! Because I was away Tuesday-Saturday, I did a short run on Monday before I left. I then did my long run the Monday after I returned. It means I skipped one short run, but I think that’s okay – especially with all of the walking I did while I was in Disney!
This week included a long run of 7 miles. It was the furthest I’ve gone using my new shoes and I’m glad to say they were comfy the whole time! I think I’m going to buy a second pair because these are the most comfortable running shoes I’ve ever had, and the current style is being retired so I want to get these exact ones before they stop making them. Especially since I will need new shoes before the marathon, what with putting so many miles on them.
The Monday before I left for Disney I got a short run in during the morning. Sometimes it’s hard to do a morning run on the days I go into work late because I know I won’t have much free time if I do. I’m glad I dragged myself to do it, as much as I didn’t want to, because it was the only short run I did this week! Also my fitbit died in the middle of the run (I’ve been having issues with the battery), but luckily I was also using RunKeeper as a backup.
The Monday I returned I did my 7 miles. I will admit that this was a pretty rough run for me. My legs and feet were still a bit sore from all of the walking at Disney and I could feel it in my muscles. Plus I had the joy of having uDisnrelated to running cramps thanks to being a lady, so that was fun during my run too. But the most important thing is that I got it done.
Have you ever run after a trip to Disney? How did you feel?