February 6, 2008
7 miles in 56 minutes / Alpine loop
IT band troubles, but no worry! It'll go away with some stretching and ice. Went skiing. GREAT SNOW!!!! Total bummer tho 'cause the wind and the rain and the ice and the snow caused four avalanches in the canyon and everyone was stuck up there. They closed the lifts and sent us to our cars. Kind of freaky driving down through the avalanches (which had temporary drive-thrus dug through them). The snow was taller than my car on both sides.
I'll take a side of fries with that... biggie size!
February 9, 2008
Nada, zippo, nothing
Called in mental. IT band has been showing some trouble. I decided I'd rather not show up than have to turn around. It's all good though!*
February 12, 2008
2 miles / treadmill
IT band flared up during treadmill. Decided it's time for an IT Band Vacation! Yipee! Will call Doc Weenig.
February 20, 2008
5 miles in 40ish minutes / average pace 8:10 / hr 147, 185 max / Provo Bench Loop
Big pain today, had to turn around early. Everyone is so focused right now that it's annoying.
February 23, 2008
12.5 miles in 1:42 / average pace 8:19 / hr 150, 189 max / Alpine Figure 8
SO GRATEFUL! So full of it. Great run. I'm feeling all sorts of stressed about how intense and fast everyone in "O" is running... so I started with "E" with the hope of going 10 but made it 12.5. No pain. Then went skiing - the sun was shining and there were 15 inches of new. And to top off an already fabulous day, the girls (Downhill Diva, Trailtrekker, Hillene, E, and Ms Mileage) all went to the Bombay House. Stayed until they closed. GREAT DAY!!!
February 29, 2008
5 miles in 38 minutes
Got up at 4:15 to be at the gym at 4:30 so as to be home by 6:00 for Spouse. I went out to the garage and the garage door was broken! I had to wake Spouse up to help. In other sad and unrelated news... Spouse sold the Fat Boy today. It's a sad day. No Harley and the garage door is broken.
*Get a load of me being positive over my injury. Figured that if I write positive in the log, it'll carryover into real life...