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On this past Friday I followed the suggestion of one of my advisers and gave my legs a day of rest. My only exercise on Friday was the Carl Sandburg stretches. On Saturday I was heading to the cross trainer and when I turned on my Garmin it said the battery was low. I took this as a sign from my higher power that another day of rest was needed. Exercise was limited to the Sandburg stretches for a second day.
Since today is long run day, I knew I had to get some cardio in so I did my stretching, 60 minutes on the cross trainer and then my leg workout. All in all a pretty good workout.
I'm have been really itching to go out for a run. When I am out and I see someone running along on the sidewalk, I look at them and wish it was me. I am starting to wonder if I can go 30 days without a run. I mean, I really don't know if I needed a whole 30 days off. Maybe 28 days will be good enough, or maybe even 21 days. Heck, that's a whole 3 weeks.