So, I found my freakin' notebook. I jotted down my numbers from Wednesday, planned my training for Friday, and headed for the gym. Only to realize that I left the notebook home again.
Then I noticed that the squat rack was empty, so I put on 185 and cranked out a single. It felt OK. I loaded 225 and tried a single. I got it and it was probably legal, but I still don't belong training any heavier than I am now. Still, I'll attempt heavier singles every couple of weeks just to remind my body of where it HAS to go.
Treadmill: 25:00 2.0 miles The last 30 seconds of my jogging segment I turned it up to 7.0 mph. I had no trouble at that speed. I need to train up to another 1.1 miles in distance, then work on my time. I'd like to complete it in about 35 - 40 minutes, but to tell you the truth, I'd settle for just completing it.
Bogdan Petia Sarac - Must keel moose and squirrel
Cancer Survivor - 7/21/10
Benchmark 5K time: 27:45 (3/5/11)
It's not the weight we move, but the people we move that matters. -- Bearded Beast of Duloc (12/31/10)