This morning, I had my very first experience in Chobani Greek Yogurt. I am no stranger to Greek Yogurt, but I’d never purchased Chobani before. I’ve also never had flavored Greek yogurt. I’ve heard great things about the Chobani flavors so I decided to pick up a container of strawberry at the grocery store a couple weeks ago. I now fully understand why every blogger I read raves about this yogurt!
This yogurt is fantastic – extraordinary even! I love the subtle strawberry flavor against the mild tartness of the Greek yogurt. I love the creamy thickness. I love that it doesn’t taste sugary (or artificial) like most fruit on the bottom style yogurts. I loved it so much I all but stuck my face in the container to lick it clean!
I am sold! I foresee many, many Chobani purchases in my future.
And switching gears…TRAINING!
A couple weeks ago I signed up for the Ravenswood Run 5K on April 25th. I’ve been really slacking on my running lately. I know I could go out and complete a 5K right now, but it would be rough, and I definitely would not be setting any PRs. I want the Ravenswood Run to be a good race. It’s going to be my first race of the year (I think), and I would love to set a new PR! It seems like a good way to start of my racing year.
So, I’ve decided a training plan is absolutely in order. I’ve decided to use Hal Higdon’s Intermediate 5K Training Program. I’ll be officially starting it on Monday, and it will take my exactly to race day. You can follow my progress here.
This training will also get me to the point where I really need to start officially training for my triathlon.
I started a training page which I’ll be updated with various training plans and my progress.