It's an acquired taste and it's definitely not a low calorie low carb drink, but I agreed to try it so I will. But I'm not a big liquid diet person (I have teeth for a reason) so I don't see myself replacing breakfast with this all the time. Plus it doesn't taste good hot, and I enjoy a hot cup of coffee in the morning. And too much processed soy is not good for you, so I'll need to have it in moderation anyway. But, for right now I'm keeping an open mind while I test it out and then I'll determine if I should order more once my starter pack is finished 😉.
Work was busy but uneventful today so I was actually able to make it home and complete my 1 mile run before it got too dark...
And I'm happy to say that the run felt good. I didn't feel like I was struggling to breathe. My foot didn't hurt. I had a little tightness in my calf but that was there before I ran and the run didn't make it any worse. And my pace wasn't too bad...
I'm going to try and maintain a sub-11min one mile run as much as I can. I know some days that may be hard, especially after my really long runs when marathon training starts, but hopefully I can achieve a sub-11 pace for the majority of them.
This weekend will be pretty simple training-wise. I have a moderate distance run on Sunday (about 6-8 miles) and a "depends on how I feel and what time I wake up" run tomorrow. If I wake up early enough I'll do a quick run in the morning before it gets too hot. Otherwise I'll do a one mile run in the evening once the sun sets. The day will be spent relaxing, catching up on all my shows on Hulu, and rescuing my running tights from my teenager's closet...
(this literally happened yesterday 😒)
What are your weekend plans? Any races?
Have you ever tried meal replacement drinks? What did/do you think about them?
What's your fastest 1 mile time? Or what do you want it to be?
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