Anonymous asked: Favorite beverage? Coffee, tea, cocoa? Beer, wine, sports or energy drink?
Water! But if I had to choose between coffee, tea, and cocoa, I would choose cocoa. I never really got into coffee or tea.
If I had to choose between beer, wine, sports, or energy drink, I would choose none of those. I like cider more, such as Angry Orchard. I drink beer socially, but it’s not my first choice.
Today’s workout consisted of:
45 degree calf raises.
All those weights and no one lifting them.
Also, I observed that people in my gym can be too social. That, or they don’t have proper gym etiquette. I counted 5 bars that people left their weights on, either because they went to go talk somewhere for an extended amount of time or they just didn’t bother to re-rack their weights.
Tomorrow, it will be two weeks since the last time I run. In the issue of Runner’s World that I received in the mail the other day, it says that “runners’ aerobic capacity drops only six percent over 14 days, a loss that can be regained within two weeks of normal training.” I guess I should start hitting the road again.
Here is the Google Doc with the survey’s and any other wishlist/info you want to enter.
Remember to have your address in the Elfster profile. If you weren’t signed in on there and were in the Google Doc, sorry, out of luck.
Spending limit is under $50. Gifts should be mailed out Dec 18th!! Should we open them as we get them or open on the 25th?
I think that third sentence is directed at me. Yes, I was the one who suggested Elfster. And yes, I forgot to sign up for the secret santa group.
My bad, runblrs. My bad.
Move to Texas, it probably will be. (which is one of the many reasons that I, while loving Texas, miss living in Missouri. I do love me some winter [as crazy as I know it sounds to most people])
Winter is awesome for the first 15 minutes that it snows. Then, I realize no one in this area knows how to drive when it’s snowing (or raining).
Why can’t it be like this all winter?
"It takes a special kind of person to be a runner. In every other sport, you do it to hurt someone else. When you run, you do it to hurt yourself. It takes a special kind of mentality to survive in this sport."
— Jim Morgan
1968-1973 Head XC Coach at PHS
61-9-1 record from 1969-1973 (via justjilling)