It’s Sunday afternoon as I write this, and I’m pretty much relaxing today. I’m writing this post, of course. I’m also doing a little bit of laundry. And my only form of exercise today has been a leisurely walk around the neighborhood and nearby nature preserve. I’m eschewing my usual Sunday trip to the gym at work to get in some heavy-duty exercise. That’s because I put in a big amount of heavy-duty exercising yesterday.
As I did in 2016 and 2017, I signed up for and ran in the Crazylegs Classic. For those new to this blog and haven’t previously read those posts (or this one), the Crazylegs Classic is an 8-kilometer (4.97-mile) run conducted the last Saturday of every April by the University of Wisconsin—Madison. It’s a fundraiser for the school’s athletic program, with proceeds helping to support operations and low-revenue teams on the Badgers program.