I have been away from training for a while. My new goal is the Angus Glen 10K. It is 11 weeks away. I do not have any time goals but want to be somewhat prepared.
I haven't run longer than 3 miles in forever, and haven't run a regular routine since last year.
I have begun a new journey where fitness is going to be a regular part of my life. AGAIN.
Running is my main cardio, but I like riding the indoor bike and plan to incorporate the moving stair machine.
Aside from cardio, I plan (and have done this week) to work on weight lifting and hope to figure out some body weight movements. The thought of using my "heavier" body weight is daunting but baby-steps will be my friend.
Menopause is kicking me in the butt. TMI, I know, but I am always hot, so I figure I should workout for the effort and feel better overall. Sounds very simple, doesn't it.
I will use the gym for most of my workouts in the mornings and will have an hour or so. I will run outside on the weekends and use my own machines at home.
Any 10k plans and suggestions would be greatly appreciated, perhaps with juggling the weights.
To start anything!!