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September is a month of new beginnings! Back to school is upon us and fall is in the air. This is true for runners as well! The summer is our most important racing season, as it’s the culmination of our season. In the fall, with major championships behind us, we take a break from training for a few weeks (to reset our bodies and minds!) and then get back into the swing of things in September and October.
This period of training is known as base season – and it’s some of the hardest training of the year! Laying a good foundation in the fall pays dividends in the spring and summer.
With heavy training comes busy schedules and a big appetite. Burnbrae’s EGG Bites! are such a help in these months. They’re quick and easy, protein-filled mini crustless quiches that are ready in just 90 seconds! They sit easily in my stomach so they’re something I can eat either before or after a workout. These are a must-have for me on a busy day – fueling properly is one of the most important aspects of training!
Maddy’s weekly (fall) training schedule
Monday: 75 minute long run with fast strides after - roughly 18 kilometres in distance
Tuesday: morning weights and elliptical, evening run - roughly 8 kilometres in distance
Wednesday: evening interval workout, with hill sprints to finish - roughly 15 kilometres in distance
Thursday: morning weights and elliptical, evening run - roughly 8 kilometres in distance
Friday: morning 60 minute easy run, evening pilates - roughly 12 kilometres in distance
Saturday: morning interval workout - roughly 15 kilometres in distance
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Maddy’s Meringue with Berries
Summer is a time for celebration, but it also happens to be my heaviest competition season. Balancing these two truths can be challenging, so when I’ve got some free time with friends and family, it’s important to make the most of it. Through my busy season, it’s crucial to let some steam out of the pot. Do something that has nothing to do with training – have a drink with friends, shoot the breeze with your family – eat dessert!