A Simple Running Log

January 24, 2014

Training for 1/24/14

Filed under: Uncategorized — aschmid3 @ 3:26 pm

Today I did some strength training, downstairs again since it still feels like the single digits upstairs. I did ab exercises, push-ups, invisible chair-sitting and different exercises with the adjustable dumbbells, with four sets of 100 on the jumprope.

Tomorrow we’re leaving this icebox and heading out to California! Our flight isn’t until late afternoon so it’ll be evening, California time, before we get to San Francisco.

Sunday, we’re touring Alcatraz, and I want to see all the other touristy crap in San Francisco, like Lombard Street, the Golden Gate Bridge, Fishermen’s Wharf and, duh, the Painted Ladies, the houses featured in the opening credits of “Full House.”

We’ll head to Sacramento sometime Monday. The wine and grape trade show Clark has to attend for work starts Wednesday, so we’ll be there the rest of the week. Friday morning, we’ll fly down to San Diego. That evening, we have reservations for Stone Brewery in Escondido again. My main goal between now and next Friday night is to not get sick.

Then we’ll spend the rest of the weekend somewhere closer to the coast. I’m coming home the following Monday, but Clark managed to weasel another few days in San Diego on his company’s dime by agreeing to visit one of their customers out there. I’d stay too, but I don’t have that much vacation time left at this point.

I’m hoping to get in some decent running while I’m out there. My leg feels pretty great right now.


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