Scenes From My Run: Bethesda Fountain in Central Park
Tonight’s run was good. I feel like I’ve finally shifted back to my normal self and to normal runs. I did a shorter run earlier this week, about 3 miles, but because I don’t want to depend too heavily on my Garmin I did it watch-less.
Tonight I did 5 miles in 42:30 (with my Garmin this time) and it felt great. There really isn’t anything notable to report on the ankle/tibialis anterior pain front - no real change. Not better, not worse. This weekend I have a 12 miler and I start to taper for the River Bank Run. The race is 3 weeks from Saturday and unlike last week/earlier this week, I’m optimistic about where I am in my training. That’s good because there’s no time to second guess/wish I had done things differently - just have to trust the plan and the training I’ve done!