abbie wrote:i am super jealous of the number of days in which you have perfect running weather.... i like your log very much, its incredibly down to earth.
Thank you, glad it's to your liking Yeah, the weather has been almost unnaturally good (than again it probobly is due to global warming ), had to asemble an supernatural amount of self control to clean my flat today and not spend the intire day out in the sun
abbie wrote:do you make a point of not running when you feel ill, like the sore throat you mentioned? I just wondered because sometimes if im ill i feel like i could run but dont know if it would make it better or worse. Shed any light?
This varries quite alot, If it's just a sore throat, I will probobly go out running, but this one had been hanging around for a while without getting neither better nor worse, so I wanted to get rid of it then... I usually don't have the patiens to whait untill I'm totaly sore throat-free, guess it might make it stick around a little longer, but it seldom seems to make it bloom out into full illness... Hope I could shed some light, but as you can see I'm not to sure about the best aproach here either...
Sunday: Another rest day, super nice weather, I had to restrain myself not to trow myself out on the trails, but I have got the impression that the result of a longer run like yesterday gets better if the body can rest the day after... (any thoughts on this y'all??)
Spent the day cleaning and running around my flat, and must say it's an underestimated form of excercise, I'm beat... going on a little walk in a bit and plan to spend the rest of the day reading in the sun!!