W& OD Trail, one of my favorite places to run. I used 2 my Nathan belt and drank 20 oz. of water throughout the run. I wish I had a little more toward the end, and I could've filled up at Smith's Switch Station, but at that point I had a mile and half and didn't feel like stopping. When I'm doing longer runs I'll use my camelbak hydration pack, but it can be a little heavy in the beginning, especially if you fill it all the way. I love it though because I don't ever have to worry about running out of water. That one holds 100 oz. of water and has awesome side pockets.
During the run I used a gu pack at miles 4 and miles 8. I started at mile marker 24.5, ran to 30 and then back. I swear it feels like slight uphill both ways, but I'm sure that can't be. I love running on the W&OD trail because of the mile markers every half mile. It's easy to track progress, and the electric poles that run along the trail about every 10th of a mile make it easy to have mini goals. If I'm tired and want to walk, I'll tell myself to only walk to the next pole or something like that. Plus, I always see random animals and love the bikers and fellow runners.
After the workout I decided to not do the yoga. I'll just get that in tomorrow. One shower is enough today :)