I have been planning on writing up a blog post for months which would provide an update on what's been happening but I'll save that for another day. To force myself to get started I thought I would start with just logging my daily exercise until i've rediscovered the blogging habit.
My running has been up and down since I finished my first and perhaps only Ironman. Since the Ironman I have also changed jobs and moved interstate. The new job takes in almost twice the work hours that I was previously putting in which eats up nearly all available training hours and my fitness has taken a dive.
I've run a few races in my new state which have provided some friendly competition amongst my work colleagues and as a team we even managed to win the male category in the four race corporate running series. My last race was the big state 10km road race and with a strained hamstring sustained two weeks prior I considered not doing it. The free corporate entry and elite start made me decide to just do it for the experience. Finishing in 39 minutes while not what I would have hoped for several months prior I was happy to finish so that I could start work on fixing up my hamstring issues.
Friday (pm): easy 7.2km in 30:54
After discovering that my wife's bike had been stolen from the bus stop where I had chained it up for my ride home last night meant that...
This is what I'm currently reading and after listening to podcast interviews with Jeff Volek, Stephen Phinney, Peter Attia and Tim N...
ok here is the recipe for the goat curry that i substituted with venison... North African Goat Curry (recipe from Sporting Shooter, dec 20...