I pulled out a calendar and planned my runs now through race day. Now that I know what I'm looking at I'm only a little worried about it. :) Last week (well, three days of last week) I ran 2.5-3 miles. I'm going to run 3 miles monday-friday this week, and on saturday 5 miles. (I hope the weather is good, because 5 miles on a treadmill sounds boring.)
Next week I'll run 4 miles M-F and 6 miles on saturday.
The first week of march I'll run 4 miles M-F and 7 miles on saturday.
The second week of march I'll run 4 miles M-F and 8 on saturday.
The third week of march I'll run 5 miles M-F and 9 on saturday.
The fourth week of march I'll run 5 miles M-F and 10 on saturday.
The next week I'll run 5 miles M-F and 13 on saturday.
The second week of april I'll run 5 miles M-F and 6-8 miles on saturday.
The week of April 13th I'll run 4/3/4/3/3 with the BIG Race on saturday.
Typing it all out makes me a little worried. But hopefully I'll be ready, and not over train and injure myself. May- you interested in coming out for some of the longer runs (or the short ones)? We could run on the legacy trail, if it would stop snowing! For the short runs I'm staying on the treadmill, but treadmills get awfully dull after so many miles.