Each training session is hard, yet I look back at the ones from 3 months ago, and think, “I thought that was hard, what will I think of today’s hike in 3 months time?”
Butterfly visiting me at the top of Mission Peak, Fremont, California.
I have done wiser hikes than this summit in 37°+ temperatures.
Him: “I heard a bunch of cursing, that means you figured something out. Give me the good news!”
Me: “Apparently I am succeeding in my intention not to curse when frustrated.”
Mission Peak AnT reset hike today. 30 minutes as hard as one can go uphill. I both love and hate these sessions.
“It is not the critic who counts; not the man who points out how the strong man stumbles, or where the doer of deeds could have done them better.” - Theodore Roosevelt
“Just think, if you win, you’ll never have to write another line of react code.”
“So, buy $1000 worth of tickets?”
When the chef suggests, “Now would be the time to go buy yourself a pint of vanilla ice cream,” you know you are about to experience Death by Serrano Pepper. #deathetables
Why am I all nervous about this baseline lactate threshold test? Argh! There is no judgement here, no winning, no losing, no comparison, why, nerves, why?
From 356 tabs to 24 tabs on my phone? We call this Victoire!
Please don’t ask about my desktop browser tab counts.
I’ve graduated from ketchup on fries to Humble House Ancho and Morita on avocado. This makes me either an adult or a Californian, or both. 🥑🌶
Reading about the Rusko Orthostatic Test www.uphillathlete.com/rusko-ort… and remembering my years playing ultimate, I am amused at how fit I used to be, and how dramatically unfit I am these days.
I truly do not understand people who respond to questions on the internet with “I have no idea.” I want to tell them, “If you don’t know, don’t post.” Not having an opinion or answer is just fine.