Graphic from my page at dailymile.com . The mileage in the graphic includes both running and cycling miles.)
It's a sound training practice to periodically reduce distance and intensity after several cycles of harder training. So, following three consecutive weeks of running 40+ miles, I reduced run miles to 33 this week. A light cycling schedule of 10 miles brought my weekly total to 43 miles. Runs were 2/4/5/4 miles Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday, 8 miles Saturday, and 10 miles Sunday. I only got on the bike twice, for 2 miles Wednesday, and 8 miles Saturday. I took a full week off of weight training to rest a sore left shoulder.
This week showed my best focus ever on my yoga. For a while, I've tried to work towards daily practice, with mixed results. Two weeks ago, I made a commitment to myself to find time for at least a short session daily in September, for National Yoga Month. Thirty consecutive days should solidify the routine such that it just becomes something I do every day without conscious planning. The plan worked well this week. I practiced each day, between 20 minutes and 1 hour, for a total of about 4 hours.
YTD: 1,236.5 miles running, 419.3 miles cycling, 1,655.8 miles total.