Aug 6, 2019
Yesterday I ran a kilometre in 3:46 – the easiest quick kilometre I’ve run in a long while. It was really very comfortable, despite so little fast work of late. My left calf did give me some twinges earlier in the run, but I felt nothing when running fast. I sense my cardiovascular fitness is much higher now than it has been for while, which can actually cause some issues – you end up running more intensely than your leg muscles can sustain, which could be while I’m feeling tightness in my calf.
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Today’s photos are a little more eclectic and obtuse than usual. From Hannah displaying a smoked salmon salad she’d made me for lunch, to a row of birds on a wire that I ran under; from crossing the state line from Missouri into Arkansas, to the wounds I suffered when I had a fall in the town of Kennett (Sheryl Crow’s home town); and the bare chested running that was necessary in the extreme heat – it’s a varied mix of photos.