Yes, a “Hitchikers” reference; that’s how I roll. ;)
Well, I gave it the good ol’ college try, but my heart just isn’t in the blog anymore. I’d rather spend my time with my lovely wife, training, reading or in the garden.
As of the end of May, I’ll be taking it offline (setting it to “private”) for historical purposes, and nuking it outright at the end of June.
Thanks for all your readership (if anyone is actually reading…), and good luck on your own personal fitness journey.
There have been several mentions in social media lately of people cheating on some recent races. The most recent is an accusation of a guy who may have cheated to earn an entry into the Boston Marathon. There’s strong evidence to coroborate the accusations, and personally I believe he did cheat (for whatever reason). Another example is a lady in St. Louis who cut the course of another marathon, so she could come in 1st.
What the hell is going on?
April was a great training month: 16 training and racing hours, vs 15 hours in 2014. Not huge, but still…more is better! :)
This is the continued story of my road to recover after my brief time in the Army, and a few “what if” musings along the way.
March was an awesome training month! 22 hours of sport-specific training, as compared to 12 hours in 2014 for March (almost double in 2015!).