*Keep drinking lots of water.
*I need to get intimate with hill work and speed work, if I ever want to get quicker.
*Stay injury free, have not run since Saturday when my achilles started to play up, but I will be back on the road or in the gym tomorrow, after icing, and resting it feels fine again, and I have booked in some more physio so fingers crossed I am back on track, I would just die if my achilles stopped me from running again like it did after the marathon last year.
Below is a list of all my up coming races, yes there are quite a lot of them, but shit it keeps me motivated, I have something to work towards and racing is exciting, I push myself harder than I would do training on my own.
Thought I'd throw in another picture she's an American body builder called Kim Perez, and again you have to admire the dedication it must've taken to get where she is and to maintain that as well. Having a naturally muscular frame I can't wait to start seeing the positive affect of pushing weights, no I ain't trying to look like SHE HULK, but if I could get even a tiny bit cut I would be ecstatic.
If anyone out there is struggling with weight or just health and fitness take heart that these things take time, bad habits that have taken a lifetime to form, can't be quick fixed, so I say lets enjoy the journey, every sweet step of it. I am not where I want to be but that has not stopped me knocking out a marathon, three half marathons and a 10k this year. The nice thing about that is I know over time I will become a better athlete, I may never be as quick as Usain Bolt or discover the Kenyan booster switch I keep hunting for buried somewhere deep within my left thigh, well this tortoise is really not bothered,every step is a step in the right direction.
Thats me done for now.