Regular hill program. Tried my usual machine, but the touchpad buttons weren't responding, so I switched (did I do that?). Started out to do 45 min, but an outer shin muscle was complaining, and my feet were tingly/numb-like (front half of the foot). I haven't decided if it's the shoes, the socks, or something else.
Then adductors (2 sets of 12@70#) and pulldowns (email@example.com#)
Defense lawyer error. It was fascinating to listen to and talk with the Assistant DA after we were released re: what could they add or what angle or evidence they can pursue to make the retrial a stronger case (basically, what questions we had that weren't covered by the evidence presented). Defendant goes back to jail to await a new attorney, and a new trial date (and new jury).
Reading the Fox News scroll (only treadmill/TV combo available) until my neck hurt.
Running (track) intervals (indoors) 16:18 2.3 km (7:05 / km) shoes: Sauc.Shad.6000#7-2012H
4 x 345m hard, with 230m easy; goal ~2:00-2:02 for the hards
I hadn't run intervals in a few weeks because of all the O events, but figured with only a hike last weekend and who knows what this coming weekend, I'd throw in some intervals. Ran a bit faster than I usually do, and what's more, I surprised myself by running faster each time (rests got longer, but that's not what counts). Felt hard but doable. Cool.
1:59 / 2:02
1:58 / 2:07
1:57 / 2:07
1:56 / 2:12
On a couple of the fast laps, I had to dodge a "jogger" in the "running" lane; that is, he was going slower than me, but I'm sure in his mind he was running and was therefore justified to be in that lane. Of course, walkers regularly walk in the jogging lane especially if they're busy talking with their companion. (Three lanes to choose from, with labeled signs overhead.)