When something bad happens, you have three choices: let it define you, let it destroy you, or let it strengthen you.
The heart of the difference is not ability or even talent, but desire
The purpose of life is to discover and develop your gift. The meaning of life comes from sharing your gift with others. - David Viscott
Wednesday, January 25, 2006
Back to training.
Yesterday was kind of funny. I woke up at 5am for the track workout, and it's a thick fog outside. At least it wasn't raining! That's actually how I decided it's time to head back to track. So I ran there, warmed up for a couple of more laps, and as I was ready to start - I realized I left the watch at home!! So much for speed...I guess all that free running makes me forget bare essentials. Since I was already there, I decided to go by effort. Honestly, it was quite misearble. I haven't done track since October (I had done some treadmill repeats, but those weren't great either). I did 5 x 800 with 400 rests. Have no idea of time, afarid even to guess. But my heart was jumping out, so I'd say I did. On top of it my chast was doing such a weird wheezing sound, it was lamost scary. Total run lasted an hour. Later at night I did 2 x 3M intervals, and felt much better at it. My HR was pretty steady at 165. Yep, I got myself a HRM, and now just have to find out somehow where is my max, so I can gage my workouts. Any ideas?