Today was the first day I ran more than just a mile. It also was one of the coldest days so far this season.
I wore my Marine Corps Marathon finisher shirt -- a double-thick technical mock turtleneck, in keeping with the race's tradition.
It was at least 40 degrees (my Garmin data says 37 degrees). The shirt was warm enough for me to do my run in. It's good news because when I got the thick and heavy shirt I was wondering exactly what I should do with it.
I felt like I had good lateral speed but my left quad just felt depleted. After the run I felt like I'd run a half marathon.
So I guess it's back to taking it easy at least for a few more days.