terrain running 1:51:10  14.23 km (7:49 / km) +136m 7:27 / km
I joined the local Linné women who run together every Tuesday night. They all (mostly) live in this neighborhood and so they have started training together more. Lisa and Hilda set up a reflex course in the small forest along gula stigan. They nailed in small reflective squares through the forest that you can follow at night with your headlamp. It's a great way to get terrain running in. There was a lot of snow on the ground and it was a bit slippery. It felt like we were moving faster than last week, though it's hard to know if that's true. After doing the loop here we ran on trails over to Stadsskogen and did the reflex loop there, and then we ran home.
I would have liked to run a bit slower if I could have chosen the pace, but I never felt like I wasn't going to make it home. I was tired, and my hamstrings were tight and my feet were getting sore, but my general energy level was ok.
When I got home, I immediately ate a lot of the pizza we made for dinner and drank 3 glasses of water. I then took a bath with Sofie (a great way to convince her to take a bath, spend time with her, but also just relax in hot water). And then I started to feel really nauseated. Does anyone else feel nauseous after a hard workout? I haven't had this feeling in a long time. I read Sofie some stories and then went to bed myself right after she went to sleep.
Somehow my shoes were too tight last night. I've worn my wet socks with these shoes lots of time before, but now both of my big toenails are so, so sore. It feels like the left one might fall off. Otherwise, I feel surprising ok today.
Had to take the gps track from someone else since my watch ran out of battery.