1) Get up early
2) Go into college
4) Easy 11 mile run home
1) Lie awake until 30 mins before the alarm went off
2) Fall into deep sleep
3) Ignore alarm and sleep the morning away
4) Study not
5) Run 11 undulating miles near to home
I hate jet lag.
A Bradypus or Sloth am I, I live a life of ease, contented not to do or die but idle as I please; ...
[Michael Flanders and Donald Swann]
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Jet lag or not you still managed 11 miles AND they were undulating!
Alas, the study was really the thing I needed to do. But there’s always tomorrow for that.
11 miles is excellent at the best of times, take the jet lag into consideration and you’re a superstar. Well done.
11 miles? more than I have done in a while even without any kind of lag!
Yes, but you weren’t stupid enough to sign up for an ultra. The price of stupidity is 11 mile mid-week runs 😦
Ah a fellow ultra prepper. We are joined together by an act of pure stupidity that will come back to haunt our joints for years to come.
11 miles? More than I did last … erm… year
Great job! which Ultra are you doing?
Whatever happened to the sloth?!
Impressive training – 8 minute miling one day followed by an 11 mile run and some valuable resting. I’m told that the resting part of training is critical. Himalayas and Tennis Players beware!
The most I could do with jet lag was pour another Gin and tonic! Well done.