I guess if your legs are going to pick a time to rebel and you need to take some time off from running
even though you have a half marathon in five weeks and you're now freaking out over your ability to complete it it might as well be at a time when winter decides to finally arrive in West Michigan.
We actually have a snow day today (which is really kind of silly, but I'll take it). I needed the extra sleep this morning. Tomorrow I'll take pictures and measurements for the NROLFW program I'm starting next week.
Please ignore any self-loathing tweets this may result in.
It just seems so weird to read everyone's tweets and whatnot about their long runs tomorrow knowing that I won't be running "with" them. So far I think I've only made it back up to 7 since Tinker Bell and this time off is really screwing with my plans, but I know I need it or I may not be running at all come April 1st. I'm just hoping my body is playing an early April Fool's joke and all will be back to normal in a week or so.
What do you do to keep from going crazy when you can't do the workouts you want to do?