RAD Reads & Weekly Review – May 6, 2012
|May 6, 2012||Posted by Running at Disney under RAD Reads, RAD Recaps, Weekly Review|
Who’s ready for some RAD Reads?!
Meals and Moves Blog provide some great insight on Three Tip Thursday.
Fit2Flex created a killer at home workout. Remember, sweat is your fat crying 😉
Sweat Once a Day shares her recent marathon PR! Oh and I should mention this is only 5 months after breaking her foot…amazing!
Eating WDW takes us to the opening of Italy’s New Tutto Gusto Wine Bar. The photos are amazing and it has exceeded my expectations. I’m making this a priority in 2 weeks!
Main St. Gazette hosts a fun blogger roundtable and asks the question: What do you do in Walt Disney World when you need a night away from the parks?
Touring Plans provides a first looks at X-Pass that begin testing this week in the Magic Kingdom.
SamLand tells us what he would do with the Magic Kingdom if he was king.
Disney Avenue takes a look back at the ExtraTERRORestrial Alien Encounter that includes some fantastic videos.
Well it’s been a lackluster week of exercise and training for my next half. My goal for yesterday was to get a 9 mile run in, but I woke up with a wicked sore throat that still hasn’t gone away…booooo. So I haven’t been doing much in terms of exercise this weekend.
Here is my week in training:
Monday: Spinning – 1 hour
Wednesday: 2 mile run
Thursday: Spinning – 1 hour
Saturday: Sore throat induced rest 🙁
I guess I got a little exercise in today as I planted my vegetable garden. I planted carrots, green bell peppers, and 4 varieties of tomatoes including Sun Golds and the heirloom variety Mr. Stripey. I love that name 🙂
Yes, I know it looks like a fortress, but I have some very persistent birds that I need to keep away from the veggies. We also had to set netting up around our blueberry bushes, which are starting to come in nicely. I can’t wait for fresh picked blueberries!
I’d also like to congratulate everyone who ran the Expedition Everest Challenge last night. It looked like everyone had a wonderful race and I’m so proud of everyone who finished!
Here’s hoping this sore throat goes away quickly. Have a wonderful week!