Thank goodness for Monday and a good nights sleep. An easy 7 mile morning run was just what I needed to get back into my training routine. It was also fun to check out Cobbs Hill Park - site of many of my high school cross country running races and a great place from which to view the Rochester skyline.
Thursday morning and it's surprisingly NOT hot or humid. Awesome, I head North for a 9 mile out-n-back in Riverside Park to 125th Street.
As a runner you can't visit Manhattan and not run in Central Park...so I did that on Saturday. 7.5 mile run around the ye olde perimeter road. How was I to know the New York Road Runners were putting on a race that same morning - ooops. No worries, the race was just finishing but I sure did have a lot of company from fellow runners warming down or just wandering around the park.
8 mile run down to Houston and back.
#WorkoutWednesday meant a long run since my sacrum was feeling awesome (a.k.a. not broke down). 12 miles out-n-back to the George Washington Bridge at 7:55 pace. Not fast but since this was my longest run since injuring my sacrum in January I'll take it.