On the move....
On the move....
Rulon Gardner is on the biggest loser.
My Doc told me former professional athletes are perfect candidates for surgery because they know how to work out, but they don't know how to eat for normal life and they have had an outrageous calorie need their whole lives.
After athletic careers, we have to become new people. That's hard.
Surgery gives you a jump start.
Think about it.
If I can't come up with something interesting to blog about, I'm not above stealing someone else's post and giving my NTBH opinion on the contents thereof.
So here's a good one.
Do I want to run a marathon?
But am I tempted to run a marathon just to say I've done it. Oh YES!
So checked out this training schedule and I really can't believe that only once in the weeks leading up to the run is it recommended to run over 19 miles.
M Tu W Th F Sa Su
Week 1 Off 3 XC 3 4 XC 6
Week 2 Off 4 XC 4 4 XC 7
Week 3 Off 4 XC 5 4 XC 8
Week 4 Off 4 XC 5 4 XC 9
Week 5 Off 4 XC 6 4 XC 8
Week 6 Off 4 XC 6 4 XC 12
Week 7 Off 4 XC 7 4 XC 12
Week 8 Off 4 XC 7 4 XC 14
Week 9 Off 4 XC 8 4 XC 15
Week 10 Off 4 XC 8 4 XC 16
Week 11 Off 4 XC 6 4 XC 17
Week 12 Off 4 XC 8 4 XC 18
Week 13 Off 4 XC 5 4 XC 20
Week 14 Off 4 XC 8 4 XC 14
Week 15 Off 4 XC 6 4 XC 10
Week 16 Off 4 XC 5 3 XC 26.2!
ANY_CHARACTER_HEREMonday: Off.Tuesday: Run at a conversational pace.Wednesday: 60 minutes of non-impact exercise (bike, swimming, elliptical).Thursday: Run at conversational pace. At end of run, do 4-6 sets of strides: gradual accelerations of about 80 meters or 10-15 seconds. The stride should end with you at about 90% of maximum speed.Friday: Run at conversational pace.Saturday: 60 minutes of non-impact exercise (bike, swimming, elliptical).Sunday: Most important run of the week. Run at conversational pace; be sure to drink a fluid/carbohydrate/electrolyte replacement drink every 20-25 minutes on this run.
HELLO! Do you know how far a marathon is? 26.2 miles. Why wouldn't I need to practice running that far? It seems totally skully-whomp-ous to not ever run more than 20 miles before running a 26.2 mile race.
What say you?
I was not going to dress up for Halloween this year.
Just wasn't feeling it.
As I sat in the parking lot at Rite-Aid, checking "to do-s" off my list while waiting to begin Will's Kindergarten Halloween party, I thought "I'll put a little white cream on my face real light and be a Twilight Vampire."
You can't be a Vampire without sparkly skin and Wednesday was very sunny.
You've got to be authentic you know.
So I used spray on hair glitter on my face and hands.
Gold glitter to make "amber eyes" because I'm a vegetarian vampire of course.
Found an excuse to buy the disgusting bag of blood that has been calling my name for a month. Health nuts snack! In my quest to be healthy I have learned that you always keep a supply of "fuel" with you just in case you get hungry. You don't want to "eat" the wrong thing in a moment of weakness.
I have to admit. I was one impressive vampire. Even though Reed kept asking me why I wouldn't wear plastic vampire fangs. He'll have to wait a few years to read Twilight and find out for himself.
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