Bike/Run brick (1.5 hrs)
Swim 3K yards
1 hr 15 min run (outside)
Bike 1 hr 15 min (outside)
Swim 3K yards
I felt sick
10K race – 45:54 (OK considering about 10 hrs of sleep for the last 3 nights total)
The babies went for their first college visit this week – I’m starting early 😉
Campbell had a shoot for Babies R Us on location at Princeton University this past week so Jojo and I decided to take everyone since it would be a good day trip and hey – Jojo has never been there either. While Cam got pushed around in a pram and bombarded by Elmo by the baby wrangler, Jojo took Calder and Evie around the very cute town of Princeton. She kept getting asked if they were twins and had to reply – “no…actually triplets” which prompted confused looks and comments like “you lost one.”
1 hr bike (outdoors)
15 min transition run with first mile at sub 6:30 pace
Run: 45 min with stroller
Swim: 3,000 yards
Run – 1 hr (8+ miles) hilly
Swim – 3,000 (main set – 6x(200 stroke, 100 free recovery)
Bike – 1 hr 10 min
Run 1.5 hrs
Swim 3,000 meters (main set- 6×200 (first 50 stroke)
Definitely need to do more biking…
It was almost 90 out today and what better way to spend it than on the beach! We met up with S&S and L and everyone had a great time playing in the sand (eating it too) and the little ones even dipped their toes in the water!
Swim – 2,000 yards
Run: 45 min
Brick (1 hr bike, 30 min run)
Bike 1 hr
Run 20 min
Swim 3,00 yards
1 hr run (hilly) with triple stroller
Swim – 3,000 yards
Brick – 1 hr bike, 30 min run
Swim – 3,300 meters
Run – 1 hour (outside)
Bike – 1 hour (indoors)
Run – 15 min immediately following ride – 1 mile at 6:30 pace, then rest easy
Swim – 4,000 yards
Bike – 1hr 15 min (outside)
Run – 1 hour (outside)
Easter Sunday started with feeding babies then heading out for an hour run while they had their morning nap. Once back, we changed the munchkins into their special Easter outfits and headed to GCC for a huge buffet. The babies behaved phenomenally – Evie and Cam were perfect angels and even Calder was good – just a bit boisterous. He loved banging the table and hearing the glasses clink and more than once tried to grab the cutlery. Luckily no one got stabbed. We also saw the Judson triplets – another set of BBG’s…though they are in their early 20s. I think they got a kick out of seeing another set of triplets and it was nice to see them all grown up (I’ve known the family since they were little) and compare notes.
After brunch at the club we headed to my brother and sister in-laws for Easter dinner – luckily the babies napped in the car ride up…so didn’t have a melt down till we were about to leave.
Brick – 10 min bike WU, 15 min with 10x 10 sec sprints, 10 min run @2% – increase speed to sub 7 min pace, 15 min bike (5x 1min harder efforts), 10 min run @2% – increase speed to 6:40 pace
Swim: 3,000 yards – sets were complicated – but mix of free and IMs (shorter distances)
Bike: 1 hour followed immediately by…
Run: 1 hour
Rest of the week was pretty much a bust due to being ill. Did get in a 3K swim and 1 hr 15 min run on Saturday but paid the price and ended up spending most of the day in bed on Sunday.
Watch out boys…Evie can already say she’s a Vogue model.
Ok, well to be honest it’s Vogue Bambini (kids Italian version…maybe that’s worse/better?).
We wen’t into the city last Monday – a nice escape after being stuck in the house the entire previous week while everyone succumbed to the stomach flu. Shoot was on location in Manhattan (Madison and 60’s) and Evie got to be strolled around in a motorized italian stroller by a lanky South African model by the name of Heidi in bright yellow platform shoes and a white mini skirt. Not sure how many moms look like that…but this is Italian Vogue…
Now if only they made a triple version because I could certainly use a motorized stroller on a few hills around my house!