My training plan this time around calls for every Friday to be an off day.

I have run enough this week and I deserve a break.

But a day off means that the next couple days are big days. That’s how the plan works. The day off is NOT necessarily supposed to rest you up from the weekday hard workouts, it’s to make sure that you can give it all you got for the hard back to back days on the weekend.

Saturdays tend to be fast and fairly long. Sundays are just long. Very long. So to make sure I can get all the bang for my buck and make the weekends really pay off I needed to be rested first.

So, my feet are up and actively resting so tomorrow can be a great run.

See you on the trails – tomorrow.



Author: Kevin

Just a trail runner in Calgary and beyond

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