In the last 7 days:
|activity|| # ||time||miles||km||+m|
| ||Running||3|| 4:55:00|
| ||Total||3|| 4:55:00|
(sick) (rest day)
Even more super sick. Actually, I'm being whiney. I hardly ever get sick. This probably isn't that bad; I'm just not used to it.
(sick) (rest day)
Wow. Super sick. Also drove the full way home (16 hours total).
Running (Road) 1:00:00 
shoes: Excite 3
Some hiking after lunch with Annie & Yaya. Realized I'm getting sick.
Running (Road) 50:00 
Only fallout from yesterday appears to be some tenderness in the Achilles, spreading down into the plantar. A predictable reaction to a bunch of hills without warning. Anyway, I needed to run relatively flat today, which is not an easy thing to lay out when your start/finish is Ithaca College. Decided to try looping Treman Lake. About 50 feet on the Bear trail was enough to realize that continuing that plan without screws or spikes would be basically flipping off the injury gods after they had given me a pass; the trail was all lumpy half-melted ice. So, I looped the lake on roads, which isn't such a bad route except for the last mile back on the highway.
Another nice day, the Achilles stopped squawking by mid run, and the highway wasn't that busy. So fine!
Running (Road) 3:05:00 
shoes: Excite 4
2x15:00T 2:00R; 60:00R; 2x10:00T 10:00R
In Ithaca. South Hill into town. Up East Hill to Game farm (first two intervals). Over Snyder Hill as easy as one can ascend/descend such a thing, then the two big pushes up South Hill on Banks and Updike. Roughly 2000' total climb.
Was going out on a limb doing a bona-fide Daniel's Phase 3 workout given my meager base, but this is the only chance I'll have this spring to run big hills and I felt one big workout would be better than two small ones. I'll be sore the rest of the trip, but I don't think I jacked anything up.
STL to Erie. Considered a short run when we got to Erie as it wasn't terribly late, but decided there wasn't much point.
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