Oh That Boy Dog.... Always ready for the next adventure.... Doesn't matter what time it is... He is READY!!!
|This is how we start EVERY morning|
Shadow Boys demeanor totally cracks me up while he anticipates my movements in the morning. I start with the foam roller and slowly transitions into calisthenics and he paces, licks his empty bowl, and stares with his ears.
|Halloween Robot Night|
The Dreadmill hours added up this past week and I feel way more confident about my running pace. Monday was a chest day, after 5.81 miles. Tuesday was an off day because I was in the office for a majority of the day. The Boy Dog and I still accomplished a double.
Wednesday was arms only. I was in the locker room when Old Man Ken told me about a movie to be shown during spin class. IT WAS AWESOME!! The instructor played a mountain bike video from a drone perspective while we all rode along for 50min. I then made my way over to the Dreadmill for 5.03 miles. Thursday offered a shoulder day but only 3.35 miles of Dreadmill time.
Friday was another chest day and rested the legs. Still rocked a double with the Boy Dog but no Dreadmill miles. Saturday was a solid back day and a very easy paced 4.71 Dreadmill miles.
|Ashtonn performing demos during 1st Friday Art Hop|
|Terry pulling one of his pieces out of the kiln|
So I watched the NY Marathon this morning and I couldn't believe my eyes. These pro runners were "easily" clicking off 4:38, 4:31, 4:41, 4:58 minute miles during mile markers 10-14. I know I couldn't pull off a sub 5min mile and going under 6min could be a 4 lap feat and then death. This to me is another amazing example of endurance, strength, and nutrition.
|Can you see that crack??|
Then, I came across The Running Man blog!!!! He took on a challenge and smashed it by 1,000+ and is now flirting with some other challenges. So TODAY, Nov 6th, I will give the Triple Grand a shot.
1,000 Air Squats, 1,000 Push Ups, & 1,000 Crunches. Wish me luck on Turkey Day!!! The Running Man posted his numbers on a spread sheet and that made it look a little more achievable then I first thought. His first couple of days were 4 sets of 25, took a shoulder rest day, went 100+ a day from there on out. I totally dig this and wish The Running Man all the best during his next challenge!!!
|Nathan fire dancing|
01 Focused foam rolling and stretching
02 Complete the Triple Grand by Dec 5th
03 Spin Wed & Dreadmill again
04 Leaves & Hazard Waste at the OM House
05 Hosting the Tropical Aire Radio Show Friday at 6:30pm
06 Two new clients this month
07 Blog update in regards to "new" nutrition/food combinations while training
08 Last But Not Least.... Love On That Boy Dog
Stay Strong & Seek The Best Possible Outcome..... You Got This