Which is a good thing because I have another marathon to run...... on Sunday. I broke another Hanson rule- signed up for another marathon while hyped up on endorphins and Gu. I am running
1) I am viewing this more as a training run then a race- an opportunity to figure out how to run this distance smarter and
2) An opportunity to see if I can run two marathons within two weeks because.....I also want to do this in the Fall. This is already registered for
and I can't wait. But two weeks before I have the opportunity to go visit Cathryn over at My Heart's Content and run the Half Moon Bay International Marathon. Which uh yes please. Get to hang with one of my favorite bloggers and run a marathon on my bucket list = perfection!
You may be picking up on that I liked the marathon distance. And while I would like to eventually get faster at both the half marathon and marathon distance currently I am content running and completing these races. I think if I was serious about PRs or Boston qualifying times running back to back marathons is probably not the way to go. But if you are serious about experiencing different courses and size races and collecting medals this is the way to go....I don't know I will let you know after Sunday.
Ever run back to back marathons?
How do you recover from racing?