Monday was 7 in the morning 7 at lunch for 14.
Tuesday at the track we have gone metric. I guess we have always been metric but last night seemed really metric because the workout was 2k, 1k, 2k, 1k, 2k at 74 for the 2k and 72 for the 1k. It was great to have H and Mario for company. I felt really good the entire workout and believe the legs are getting used to the mileage being up again and then working hard at night.
Here is the data from my watch
For the first three intervals we had the track completely to ourselves which was a beautiful thing. The for the last two things got really crowded. I had to step on the infield when some clueless kid just decided to jog into lane 1 and then stop. One of these nights someone is going to get hurt and it will not be pretty.
At lunch I got in 6.5 miles around the garden in the woods loop. Maybe a touch too far for a workout day. Next tuesday I will limit my shake-out run to 4 miles in the morning before work so I can get the most out of the evening session.
Today I ran 7 in the morning on a new route to work and then ran 7 at lunch because the temperature was really supposed to drop. I decided to take the advantage of the noontime sun because it doesn't look like we will feeling anything warm any time soon.
For those of you in Boston this Boston this weekend, come to the Boston Indoor Games. The highlight is my High School cross country coach and he is going to be there so you can meet him! There is going to be a sick mile with Alan Webb and a crazy 3k with Alistair Craig. The real feature event with be the corporate Sprint Medley Relay featuring yours truly anchoring the Raytheon Team with an 800m leg. Pretty funny isn't it. An 800m on an indoor track with all the marathon work I have been doing. I think about 6 minutes after if is over I should be warmed-up and ready to roll!
That's all I got!