I have three months of a plan set up now that I am healthy again. I have laid out my workload in front of me old school, paper schedule style. I checked off the first two events so far, yesterday's race and today's 6 mile run. There is something about a plan put in place that makes me confident of where I can go. I do not often lay such a long road ahead, but sometimes, that's exactly what you need to do. You can see my expectations in the pictures. Does that mean I am going to get every single workout in and
perfectly done? I wish, but I will try to and modify when needed.
It isn't about the single workout, it's about the overall program. Also, this is just my running plan, I will add other bits and pieces whenever possible.
Today, I am a little sore in the quads from yesterday's race. I stretched it out with a 6 mile run and ran the beginning in around 24 minutes for the first three miles and ran the second half in around 22 minutes and change. I just felt good and pushed the pace a bit at the end. It keeps me from getting bored, but I have to be careful not to overdue my easier days.