Recently, due to the articles at the college of
pharmacy, people often ask what I would do if I didnt have class during
the day, "Would you train all day?" Since Friday was such a great day I
decided to make it my next blog entry and answer that question.
The perfect day would start with a great breakfast
(pancakes, eggs, bowl of fruit, and a couple cups of black coffee) then
time to set up for the day.
This is my "transition" area for the day
a couple of hours on the bike I got home, spent a few minutes prepping
for the run and headed out the door. Things were going great until about
mile 8 when the wheels started to fall off. I'm not sure if it was
because of the lack of water, long bike ride, or long hours of the past
couple of weeks, but I was on struggle street for the last 4 miles.
Once I made it back to the house first things first, a nice cold ice bath to help the legs recover a bit
(this is after most of the Ice had melted)
Followed by a nice recovery shake
(The glass is eluding to my next recovery beverage this evening)
the recovery shake and a quick shower it was off to work. I got a
couple hours in at the clinic and by the time I got home it was almost
past my bedtime, I got in a couple snacks and I think I was asleep
before I hit the bed.
I hope this brings a little insight to the perfect day. Since it
is raining now, and supposed to be the rest of the day, I think it will
be a perfect day to get some things done inside the house and let the
Until next time keep training!