It's pretty quiet in here... Just thought I'd try to liven things up a little...
I've had to stop running for a couple weeks due to an injury in my ankle after running the Sharm El Sheikh 1/2 marathon on the 13th of March... Yesterday I started back up by running 3 easy slow miles. There was a very small amount of pain in the ankle still so I didn't push it too hard, and am not running today.
This morning however I woke up after having run 12.6 miles. It was quite the dream and I felt like I was running for a long time. Maybe that is why I feel so tired this morning... When I finished the run I wasn't feeling tired and I had felt no pain at all in my ankle... I remember thinking in the dream that this is my long run for the week... Very realistic... I wonder how much benefit you actually get from running dream miles...
And no I'm not going to count those miles as actual running miles... but maybe I should create a new exercise called "dream miles"...
Have a great day,
Live the Adventure. Enjoy the Journey. Be Kind. Have Faith!
Speed my steps along your path, according to your will.
Chris PRs: 27:26 5k/ 49:52 5mi/ 58:17 10k/ 2:09:24 half/ 5:13:17 Full
2016 Goals 1,000 miles/ 100 Day Streak/ 25mpw base/ Race a half marathon/ Try for a sub-6 hour marathonRun, consistently, without fail
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