AM: 5 miles (36:50). Portsmouth
PM: 11 miles (1:20:00). Shawnee State Forest
Drove out to Forest after classes for the day. Good to be back for the semester.
AM: 13.5 miles (1:40:07). Brush Creek
PM: 7.5 miles (1:00:55). Brush Creek
This day was a bit strange. A dog came out of the woods about 5 minutes into my first run and followed me the entire run and back to the house. Then on the second run, she followed me again.
AM: 8 miles (1:00:44). Portsmouth
PM: 12 miles (1:28:17). Portsmouth
Decided to run in Portsmouth with the 4 o'clock practice. Most of this run was with Jeremy Anderson.
AM: 5 miles (37:00). Crabtree-Cemetery
Ran from the house before I headed to Athens for the GRE.
PM: 11 miles (1:28:11). Strouds Run
After I took the GRE, I headed to Strouds Run for a half-light, half-dark run.
AM: 4 miles (29:33). Crabtree
PM: 11 miles (1:15:00). Marietta
I drove one of the vans to the Marietta Indoor Meet. I just ran with anyone I could as they were warming up and cooling down throughout the night.
AM: 13 miles (1:47:27). Crabtree-Cemetery
Ran to the Fire Tower, back to the house, around the trails, and back towards the Fire Tower and back.
PM: 4 miles (31:23). House Trails
AM: 18 miles (2:08:50). Scioto Trails
Met Keegan at Scioto Trails and did the loop that he did back in the summer. We kept a good pace on all the service roads, probably sub 7:00. The trail sections were not entirely slow either. This was a great run.
Total Miles: 123
Total Time: 15:18:17
This was a good week, the first week of the Spring semester. I have semi-sorted out where and when I will be running throughout the week and I like the amount of times I have scheduled for the trails. This will be the first time I could literally run on grass/trails every run of the week if I wanted to. Although my plantar fascia muscle has been nagging me this week, I am overall in good health. I have felt this type of strain before and it will surely go away within the next few days. It actually did not hurt today on the run. I also ran a little faster on a few of these runs this week, which means I recovered well after the 50k. Looking forward to another good week of pure mileage.
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