Running (Street & Trail) 4:15  0.42 mi (10:07 / mi) +20m 8:49 / mi
slept:5.0 weight:195.5lbs (injured)
From Northfield Rd., up Custer Rd. almost to Harwood Rd. I felt like I hadn't done anything so I went to try to run after dinner. I was taking it easy and planning to just go out for a little over a mile. I got to the top of a gentle hill and suddenly felt pain in my upper thigh again. Starting out, I could tell that I hadn't healed all the way, but it didn't feel any worse than I had felt on Saturday when I jogged about a lot. On Saturday, my thigh had felt better the further I went so I thought I'd do okay for a single mile. Wrong again.
Hiking (Street & Trail) 14:53  0.87 mi (17:07 / mi)
After re-aggrivating my injury, I stretched for a little bit, then immediately started walking. From Custer Rd., I made a parallel error walking down the dead end Harwood Rd. Some of the houses seemed rather more homely than I'd remembered them. As I got to the dead end I realized it; there was a public passage through the woods at one time but the brief trail there had gotten overgrown. I wasn't going to try it in the dark when injured. I reversed myself back up and down the hill. Walking, I could feel the pain. I didn't walk fast. I decided to take a slightly longer route back via Lambeth Rd., Mooland Ln., and Charlcotte Rd., to Northfield Rd., just for variety. It was just under 60 F, but being in shorts, it felt colder and my hands were chilled by the end at home.