Call me April Fool


Recap of yesterday’s torture.  1 mile warm up.  My favorite part was when the walker passed K and I as we “ran”.  What twisted world is this?  Then “run” as fast as you can for a 1/2 mile.  Repeat. Repeat. Repeat.   Killing me softly and this ain’t no april fools.  I did have an interesting conversation with K though.  Up till now she fully plans to do the Chicago Olympic this summer.  I just don’t feel like I am that interested in working that hard.  Call me lazy if you want, but please, I have a life outside of working out.  So, we may sign up for the sprint distance training instead.  I think we’d have a blast training together.   I wonder if this is going to be another training program that I sign up for the training and don’t actually do the event.  The other fun thing today was that I got a ocmment from a former Windy City Roller on my roller derby write up.  Half makes me consider doing this next winter during the coldest of the cold.  We’ll see.  I still have all those pads.

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One comment

  1. DO IT! I might just hold you to it….

    If you can do even a SPRINT distance Tri (an accomplishment I’ve not yet successfully completed as my fat adult self, despite 2 injury-terminated training attempts), you CAN survive Derby Lite.

    I promise. 😉

    P.S. If you can get your hands on outdoor skates (or wheels if you already have skates) and take to practicing on a tennis court at night when no one is watching, you’ll feel like less of a fool come winter. And it’s good lower-impact cross-training for running, too!

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