Here's a list of things that hurt (a lot): abs, pectorals, obliques, hamstrings, every other muscle in my upper leg except my quads, inner thighs, and every muscle in my back. I did a 20-minute strength training session that I couldn't even finish. My sister did it with me, and she finished it, plus showed me all the moved multiple times. I did have the additional burden of only owning 8-lb free weights, but if you're going to go, you may as well go all out.
Today I slept in til 7 because I have been doing that a lot lately, but I was up a bit later than usual. I will try to either do the bike tonight or just take a long walk with my dog in this amazing February record-heat-wave weather that leaves the evenings after the sun goes down the most perfect temperature.
As I mentioned, I'm taking the week off of running. My tendon is sore and I'm resting it for a week in the middle of my training. I think this is a good idea and I won't be swayed.
I spent some time last night stretching everything in my legs and doing my "nerve glides" which, as I've mentioned before, are supposed to "loosen up" the "trapped nerve" so it doesn't cause pain. I admit it feels a little better today. The other part of the equation is strength training, which I'm going to tackle with more intention starting yesterday.
I also yesterday made my own cashew butter in my new NutriBullet. The NutriBullet will turn raw cashews into creamy cashew butter in approximately 19.3 seconds. Mind-blowing.