Skip to main content

My Brain Said Yes...

My body said no. I really wanted to put in over 20 miles before it got dark Saturday.

Didn't happen. I am disappointed that no matter how much my brain said "slog faster", "get the garmin to a 14:XX pace!" Didn't work. My legs just didn't want to work.

I started out good. at a 13 minute mile pace that I wanted. I had a updated fueling plan in place that I was giving a try.

My legs had other ideas. I slogged about 10 miles at a 13-14min pace. The wind was at my back pushing me along.
 Made it to Lucky Peak area. Got to crunch leaves as much as I wanted. Love hearing fall leaves go crunch!
This is where it was starting to go bad.  I had to slog into the wind on the trip back. I hate this when I ride my bike here but running is worse. My legs hurt. Both balls of my feet. My right knee, my right hip, my quads. Everything hurt. I have myself to blame - I'll put details of that in my next post. I had to walk the last 10 miles. There was no way my legs would move. The last mile sucked as I got to my car. My feet hurt worse then what they normally do in my shoes.

I did see this and tried my best to get a little perky step going with nearly 6 miles left to get to my car.

My cell didn't catch it the best. There were 20 whitetail deer. The most I have seen. Usually no more then 10. Mostly around 5 when I see them on the greenbelt and around BSU. They all focused on me when I was watching them. Between Barber Park and Lucky 13 pizza.

Yeah, It got cold and dark and I hurt all over before I finished. I made it 19 miles. But I walked half. Failing on my desire for over 20. I know why I failed and I will post later on that.

Comments

Popular posts from this blog

Lovidia Product Review

This includes exchanging money for links, or posts that contain links; exchanging goods or  services for links; or sending someone a “free” product in exchange for them writing about  it and including a link I got to try this new to me product and now I get to tell you about it. :-)



This product, Lovidia is an appetite suppressant. There is also a Facebook Group, one on one coaching for support and an app to help keep you on track with your goals.

Lovidia Puts You in Control - Eat Less Without Feeling Hungry! Lovidia is a patented formula that uses Gut Sensory Modulation™ (GSM) to reduce hunger.  In the simplest terms, Lovidia helps you feel satisfied with fewer calories, making you feel  as though you’ve eaten more than you have. This allows you to reduce the amount of food  you eat without feeling hungry. And when you can cut calories without feeling hungry, it’s easier  to lose weight. The Lovidia Difference! Lovidia is not a drug, and it doesn’t come with a long list of unpleasant  and poss…

Anavita Moisturizing Anti-Wrinkle Cream Review & Giveaway

This post is sponsored by Anavita and no other compensation was given.

About the Product Say Goodbye To Wrinkled, Sagging, Dry Skin In Just A Few Short Weeks!

You can have more beautiful, smoother skin in just 2 to 4 weeks and see continuing improvement for 12 weeks (sometimes even sooner).

You will quickly reduce the look of fine lines and deep wrinkles, firming and replenishing your skin to look noticeably younger, without needing expensive procedures like Botox or dermal fillers.

Simply massage on Anavita Moisturizing Anti-Wrinkle Cream after cleansing your skin in the morning and again at night. Will It Work On My Skin Type?

Anavita's non-irritating cream is well-suited for all skin types with a tested history of safe and gentle action by a long list of satisfied users. It is recommended for normal, dry, oily, and sensitive skin.

Your Single-Bottle Solution To Combat The Signs Of Aging

You no longer have to buy a collection of products to fight the signs of aging since Ana…

Quarantines and Earthquakes

Hi. How are you and your loved ones doing? Everyone safe and healthy? I hope everyone is illness free and has plenty of TP. :-)

The Stay at Home order isn't really affecting me too much. We work from home anyways, so its actually making us work more. I enjoy my house and my bed and I even signed up for Amazon Prime so I can watch more then what is on Netflix. We can't go out to eat in restaurants and we can't thrift store shop. I know, I know #FirstWorldProblems But I am thankful that I am in a relationship where I enjoy being around the person I am in a relationship with.

I have been ordering a Doordash or 2 a week. Doordash is a good thing and yet a bad thing. I can scroll and scroll and think about food, and even order it. It caters to this Taurus a little too well. I enjoy being at home, I like to eat, and I can make sure I tip the driver and make sure the restaurants can keep the lights on. I like to think of it as good karma.

Plus I can order DoorDash instead of suff…