Christmas Run

Tis a lovely sunny Christmas day in Phoenix. Our festivities were yesterday, and today is that house as quiet as a mouse feeling. We were scheduled to run yesterday and rest today, but I flipped the calendar, and headed out for the schedule 50 minute run.

It may have been sunny but the wind was full force as I headed east to Pima and even more heading north towards the canal. And even more when I turned west on the canal looking right at Camelback Mountain; I believe that camel was trying to blow me across the Superstition mountains.

Turned around at 23 minutes (oops should have been 25 to be precise) and wow, that as easy. The tail wind blew me home in 48 minutes.

With not feeling any ill effects form being sick last week, I’m hopeful to stay on schedule through the taper time of training.

One run at a time until the 13th. And that is just a run too.

I finally got around to posting the log graph of the training, with blue bars for miles run (236 as of today) and red bars as hours run (46 total). The big old gap in the middle was an Australia sized hole bitten into the training.