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The weekend was very relaxing for me. I took 2-3 hour day on Sat and Sun. Lazy around the house. I took the bike out. I hadn’t touch it for a long time.

I spent last night lining up all my running gears for each day. It looks like I need to do laundry in mid week as I only have four pair of shorts/pants to train with.

I also spent last night ironing my work clothes for the rest of the week.

I am keeping my schedule light and everything is poured onto training.

I have prepared main meal for the rest of the week.

This coming week is the last week I build before tapering for Toronto marathon (Oct 19).

This coming Sun, I will be running Half marathon with a friend. It is her first time. A race for her is an easy run for me 🙂 (I hope it is an easy run).

In either way..my week is focus on build up.

Today, got tempo run in order. Two times 15 min tempo….let the fun begins…

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