11 Feb 2013 – sorrow evoker

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well overall I think my revised weekend schedule worked out OK. all training has been done, I had a full day of recovery yesterday, and was good to go for the gym this morning.

mind you, this morning’s session intense. despite this technically being week 3 of the 20 week program, this is actually the first full week, and the first time I’ve done the new weights & rowing sessions. the session itself lasted just over an hour, including the warm-up, stretching, time between different actvities etc. however, it was a solid workout that left me tired and sweaty, and in need of very short rests along the way. intense is definitely the word.

i think the effects of partying all day saturday played a part, but it was definitely more intense than, say, a long run. those sessions go on longer, but there’s a sense of pacing yourself, and staying relatively comfortable the whole way.

today’s session was all about bursts of energy, focused effort – and I actually enjoyed it, once I’d recovered lol.

a little note on the times below – having napped a little on sunday, I woke up just in time to see the second half of the man utd game. I headed down the gym after that game ended…

p.s. talking of times – the 1000m time was a personal best…


Time got up (today): 01:00
Mood (1 to 5):
Morning 5
Lunch 5
Night 5


01:00 – jatz cracker, glass water
02:30 – gym (see details below)
04:00 – cheese & mushroom omelette, 1 piece toast, orange juice
05:25 – bus, meditate, nap
06:15 – skinny long mac, few nuts
09:30 – morning walk, banana, dried fruit, nuts, yoghurt
12:00 – lunchtime walk, chicken and salad baguette.
14:00 – few nuts & dates
15:15 – bus, nap
18:00 – beef sausage, crocodile skewer, brocolli, onion, capsicum, mushrooms, potato
21:00 – glass milk, bed




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