The plan now is to start up on Monday; ease back all next week then go full bore starting next weekend. Again, I can run with my knee pain, but the goal was to take time off NOW rather than make the issue worse and take time off in mid-March. I hope the gamble will pay off. Either way, I plan to press forward with the utmost efficiency by early March. Double sessions are scheduled to start in a few weeks. The time is now and if I am to take on Cherry Blossom and Boston no-holds-barred-style, I can't delay anymore in my training. If I end up in a wheelchair after the marathon, so be it. The eyes of the red fox are hungry and damn determined.
"If you're going through hell, keep going."
- Winston Churchill
I look forward to seeing everyone on the trails/roads.
Your Obdt Srvt,
PS - I've already started thinking about the fall. I, like many, try and peak during the transition seasons of spring/autumn and have Army 10 Miler, Philly Distance Run (Half Marathon) and maybe...maybe Marine Corps on my schedule. Not to mention some short/small races.