But I went, and watched the sun rise in my rearview mirror as I drove there. Once again, I was late (sorry group, I'm just not a morning person, especially on the weekends). And we had a lovely St. Paddy's Day run. This is a great group!
|Look at all these bare legs and short sleeves at 7am in March!|
Thanks for the pic, Amanda! Who by the way is in pink.
You know what's crazy? The run didn't feel hard. Sure, it was no walk in the park, but I didn't feel like I was dying, I wasn't counting down the miles, my joints weren't getting achy. Our pace was a little bit slower, I assume because of the hills, and we did stop a few more times than usual, but still ... I didn't feel as exhausted as I normally do. I guess that's good, right? You're not supposed to exhaust yourself on long runs during training. You should feel like you can keep going when you're done.