Back to training, kinda. This week has somewhat of a productive start to foundation work for Silverman. I seem to do better when I have a schedule to follow. During my lazy week I kept saying "Ok today I am going to write my schedule," and I never got to it. Finally got to it and everything got tighter. My training, me eating, just back to discipline. Here is my week:
Wed: Push-up challenge. Endurance training-None. Ha ha. Had TONS of family stuff.
Thurs: Was asked by the polar bear and my brother to ride the sprint Pumkinman Course. Um yes. There is not one flat or downhill on it. A very challenging ride and with the wind even more "fun." So a 50 minute climb then a 12 min decent. 1 hour 2 min and fun. Thanks guys. That night I did a workout at the gym, general plus core. LIGHT legs in anticipation of my weekend.
Fri: Push-up challenge, endurance-none.
Sat: 2 softball tournaments. 7 games...8 am to 8pm.
Sun: 20 mile bike with my wife. She is progressing at an alarming rate. Fun to ride with her today. Her race is saturday and I so pumped for her triathlon debut at IronGirl Las Vegas.
I pushed a swim on Thursday then pushed the run I had planned for saturday. I left my schedule at work and I am hoping to make them up. Now that I review it, the start is a bit lackluster. LOL. I feel it though. I am a bit sore everywhere. Running will get done this week. Funny.
“The whole idea of motivation is a trap. Forget motivation. Just do it. Exercise, lose weight, test your blood sugar, or whatever. Do it without motivation. And then, guess what? After you start doing the thing, that's when the motivation comes and makes it easy for you to keep on doing it.”
John C. Maxwell quotes (American Entrepreneur, Author and motivational speaker)