Wednesday, March 30, 2011

The History of the Devil [part 5/5]

The History of the Devil [part 4/5]

The History of the Devil [part 3/5]

The History of the Devil [part 2/5]

The History of the Devil [part 1/5]

Escalate

On Wednesday I felt very tired during and after work. My daily run started around 5:24PM from home to the bike path. It was an easy recovery run. Not much left in the tank. This tiredness was caused by my hill repetitions on Sunday. And yesterday I did another speed session that trashed my legs even more. I should be feeling better by Friday. Tomorrow I will do another easy run. Total run time: 48 minutes.

I see some progress.
On Tuesday afternoon around 4:15PM I left home for my daily run wearing my racing flats. My legs were still feeling sore and tired. Run after work is always a hard task, specially when you do some labor work. But there I was on the bike path, ready for my repetitions. I was planning to do about 6 x 500 meters. But it turned out a little short than 500 meters. Actually it was 475 meters with 200 meters jog in between. I ran all the reps fast, almost all out.  My legs were trashed after the last rep. I did an easy jog of 30 minutes as my cool down. The warm up was from home to the bike path. Total run time: 67 minutes.

Two ways!
On Monday I felt very sore. I was expecting to feel very tired because of the hill reps that I did on Sunday during the heavy rain. My legs were completely dead. No a good feeling when you feel this tired. Good day for a day off. It was not totally off because I went for a short bike ride.

Monday, March 28, 2011

Sunday, March 27, 2011

US Spent Nuclear Fuel Largest Concentration Of Radioactivity On Planet

Censorship


Censorship by the government!


Inlay

I went for a walk this morning. YES, a walk!

This afternoon I left home around 5:30PM. The rain started around 3PM. So it was a wet run. I was planning to do some hill repetitions. My lack of hill training was evident during my last race. Because it was raining heavily I decided to do my hill reps close by. There is a very steep hill by my local high school. My intention was to do no more than five reps but I found out that this hill was a little short. So why not do ten reps? I ran hard up to the top and jogged down not concerned about time. It was difficult to keep a good form in the last 1/3 of the hill going up. By checking GoogleEarth I found out that the hill was 118.60 meters long and the elevation started at 10ft and ended at 100ft. After I finished the hill reps I did a cool down of about 15 minutes of easy running back home.

It was a good mileage week. No complains.

Monday: 54 minutes
Tuesday: 64 minutes
Wednesday: 55 minutes
Thursday: 54 minutes
Friday: 30+ minutes (easy recovery run)
Saturday: 1 hour and 41 minutes (good pace)
Sunday: 30+ minutes; 10 x short hill

Saturday, March 26, 2011

Concision 33



This so called "documentary" never mentions Israel or the "chosen people". Interesting how they sanitized the "facts" to fit exactly what we watch these days in the media. Very superficial in content. I am surprised that they did not mention the Illuminati. Even that they make clear references to the 33rd parallel without mentioning the Judeo-Masonic cabal. I am no fan of Noan Chomsky. Why make this documentary if you are not going to point out who your real enemy is? By watching this documentary, you get to the conclusion that Israel does no exist, and there are no Jews in the White House. Pathetic.

Mystery of the Screaming Man

Deluge

On Saturday I left home at 4:55PM for my daily run. It rained all night and morning. So I was waiting for the skies to clear this afternoon and feel a little more rested. I ran from home to the bike path. I stayed on the bike path for about 15 minutes, and then I exited it running on direction to the Ten Beach. The weather was perfect but the trails were muddy and mostly flooded. I mixed the paved roads with the trails trying to avoid the flooded areas. I felt great. My legs were revived by this run. I turned around by the Ten Beach  and headed back home adding a few minutes on the bike path. Total run time: 1 hour and 41 minutes.
My little project is almost done.
On Friday I was feeling very tired and planning to take a day off. But I opted for an short run. Just the usual bike path route, out and back. My legs were feeling heavy from all the lifting that I did at work. Sometimes it is better to back off and let your body recover. In this case I thought that an easy run would be better than a day off. Total run time: over 30 minutes.

Last Sunday's race.
On Thursday I ran a little later in the day expecting for the rain to stop. Finally it did stop and I was able to leave home and ran the bike path route and back home. It was an incredible windy and rainy day. Windies up to 60 mph in some locations. I was locked in my client's garage doing my work. There was no way I could work outside with all this storm going on. Total run time: 54 minutes.
Wind and rain.

Wednesday, March 23, 2011

AA-12

Rock

On Wednesday I was feeling very tired. Somehow I found enough energy to go for my daily run. The usual bike path route, out and back. I added four loops around the two soccer fields. The loops are about 5 minutes and 30 seconds in duration. Lots people out there playing soccer and baseball. My legs felt good and the plantar fasciitis did not bother me. I taped my left foot and it seemed to work. No pain during work or run. Total run time: 55 minutes.


This is a little preview of my actual project.

On Tuesday I did another easy run. My quads and thighs are very sore. And the rain is back making things a little more difficult. I left home around 5PM heading to the bike path. After a couple minutes into my run the rain started. I ran the bike path route out and back, and added a few minutes by doing a loop around  two soccer fields. My legs are feeling good, except for the DOMS. After about 45 minutes I started feeling a pain under my left foot. It seems to be plantar fasciitis. This similar pain was bothering while I was working on the hillside doing some heavy lifting. Not much I can do than just treat the problem since I can not completely eliminate the cause of the problem. Total run time: 64 minutes.

On Monday after another long working day, I went for an easy recovery run. My legs are feeling very sore, specially my quads and thighs. To my surprise I am recovering well. I left  home around 5PM. My plan was to run the bike path route out and back, and head back home. It was a good day. The rain did not come down during my run. I was able to make back home without any problems. All the heavy lifting and climb that I did during the entire day did not slow me down or made me feel tired. Total run time: 54 minutes.

'Schotish Choro'

Libya War-Part 3

Libya War-Part 2

Libya War-Part 1

Monday, March 21, 2011

Bolshevik Takeover of Ireland

A staunch supporter of Israel, Mr Shatter clashed repeatedly during the Gaza incursion in 2009 with the Sinn Fein MP Aengus Ó'Snodaigh, who claimed that Mr Shatter and the Israeli ambassador to Ireland had exposed Parliament's foreign affairs committee to "propaganda, twisted logic and half truths". ("Meet Our Man in the Dail," March 10, 2011, Jewish Chronicle)
Read the article here: Maurice Pinay Blog


Sunday, March 20, 2011

Candle

Oak

Well, this morning I got up at 5AM with no electricity. I had to run looking for my flashlights and matches. Not a good way to start your day. I had to turn on the laptop to get some extra source of light in the house. A big windy storm with lots rain hit this area. When I left home around 6AM it was dark and I could not see a thing.

So I drove to catch the shuttle bus to take me to the start line. I did not receive my bib number in the mail, so I had to meet this person by the shuttle stop to issue me a new bib number. So far,so good. I got my bib number and there I was sitting on the bus shuttle waiting for a few more runners to fill the bus. Around 7:20AM or so, we left to the race start location. I got off the bus and there was large crowd of people walking to the start. I got there around 7:45AM. I waited until around 8AM so I could start my warm up. I changed my clothes and put on my running shorts and t-shirt. There was wind and cold but no storm or rain. It was turning into a good day.

As I started to warm up with an easy jog, I start to feel my quads and hams a little tight and sore. Last year I was feeling very light and loose but this year things were quite different. Maybe I am just getting old. So I jog for a few minutes up and down this hill at start, and then I did a few strides, not feeling very confident about my overall condition.

All runners were at start line, ready to go, by 8:30AM. At 8:30AM or a little after, we took off. There is a slight down hill by the start. Easy to lose your mind and start too fast. I just held back and tried to get on a good easy rhythm. After the downhill, the course became flat and I tried to focus ahead on a known runner that I raced before to have some idea about my pace . I was already feeling the pace. First there was a  flat section, then a long steep hill. I tried to hold back and run smooth. My legs were in really bad shape and I did not know if I could manage any surges or a fast pace. Usually I don't have any problems with the hills and last year I did not even feel this hill, but this year things were quite different, I just had to try my best to hang in there.

After the steep hill was over we hit the bridge. I was concerned about the wind and cold. But things were not so bad. I was able to keep the same pace. Only two people passed me and I was able to catch them and stay with them for the entire bridge section. After we got off the bridge, we ran down this hill. It is easy to speed up on the downhill and kill your quads for the flat section ahead. I just held back, even that I was feeling like I was running a little slow. I  dropped one of the runners that I was running with. So there were I and another tall guy, that did not look like a runner at all. By the three plus miles mark we hit the long flat section. Last year I literally bonk in this section because my right quad gave up. This year things were a little different. I brought a gel. So by the mile four or so, I took this gel and it really revived my legs. I felt  more energy and  picked up the pace to drop the runner that was running with me. It was a long flat stretch of three  plus miles, where it feels like no man's land to run by yourself. I just tried to stay focused and get this race over without any majors problems.

I finished the flat section well, nobody passed me but I was not able to pass anybody. Actually I did not even try. There was a young kid ahead of me. I could have passed him but I played it safe. I reserved my energies for the last hill. Last year I cracked speeding up this hill. But this morning I just went up the hill easy and relaxed followed by another runner, the tall guy. We got to the top of the hill together and started the last short downhill together, about 200 meters from the finish line. When we hit the flat area, I realized that I had a lot left in the tank, and took off like a bullet, passed the finished line in a very mediocre time of 44:02(12K distance). But I was happy knowing I could run faster if I was in better shape and  my work did not get in the way.  I was third in my age division,first race of the year,  and it was OK. Spring is not my season having a hard time with allergies and work getting in the way.



So after the race was over and I got home. I found out why we did not have any electricity.  A huge Oak tree fell just across the street from where I live and hit the power line. They called a tree company to clean up the mess this afternoon. It took then a few hours of work. One of the roads was closed all day.

Friday, March 18, 2011

Joke

Saturday morning I did a short run to loose up my legs or just see in what shape I am. I am feeling a little better. It has been raining for the last two days and tomorrow won't be any different. I was able to do some strides. My legs seem to be recovering. How well recovered I will be by tomorrow morning I don't really know. Usually if you did not recover a week before the race, it is too late to expect any miracles to happen at race day. But I will be at start line rain or shine.

This afternoon I did a short easy run on the bike path. The rain stopped for a couple hours. My legs are feeling OK. I can't predict how well I will be racing.   I have not done any serious speed sessions going into this race. Last year I had better luck with my training and I did not have to work so hard like these last two weeks before the race.  I hope for the best but by checking the weather, it sounds like we are going to have a big rainy storm with winds over 40 mph on Sunday.  The race course is hilly and paved.  Well, no guts, no glory.

Yesterday I had absolutely not legs to do my run. Going up and down steep hills over 100 times a day makes your legs strong and dead by the end of the day. I took another day off.


 

VX Gas Attack

Thursday, March 17, 2011

Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Plutonium: Nuclear vs. Geological Solutions

Pasta With Spinach and Pine Nuts



Ingredients:
1/2 cup pine nuts or chopped walnuts
12 ounces fresh spinach, washed, or 1 10-ounce box frozen spinach
1 to 4 gloves garlic, crushed, or 1/8 to 1/2 teaspoon garlic powder
1 pound pasta, such as linguini
3 to 4 tablespoons oil, preferably olive or canola
Salt and pepper, as desired

1. Toast the pine nuts (or walnuts) by baking them in a shallow dish for about 8 minutes in a 300 F  oven.
2. Meanwhile, cook the pasta according to the directions on the package and prepare the spinach by washing the leaves and cutting off the stems.
3. Head the oil in a large skillet. Add the spinach and garlic, and toss until the spinach is just wilted, about 2 to 3 minutes.
4. Add the drained pasta to the spinach; toss together. Add salt to the taste and half of the pine nuts.
5. Serve, and scatter the rest of the pine nuts on top.

Nutrition Information: Total calories: 2,750 Calories per serving: 550

Nutrients: Carbohydrates: 52%, 75 grams Protein: 15%, 21 grams  Fat: 33%, 20 grams

Source: Sports Nutrition Guidebook by Nancy Clark

Confident

This afternoon I did an easy run. My legs were feeling a little heavy but I was able to cover around seven miles at an easy pace. It was a sunny afternoon after all the rain in the last two days. I'm not feeling very confident about my Sunday's race. I need to feel a little more rested. It might be too late for that. I will try to do my best to recover. But I will be doing some heavy lifting for the next couple days plus some hill climb. Usually I feel great when I am working on steep slopes. The only problem is that it kills my legs for my daily runs. Total run time: 49 minutes on the bike path.
I did a short easy run yesterday after work. No luck trying to avoid the rain. The bike path was flooded. The rain came down heavy when I was running. I just tried to finish my run. It has been a weird week. I was feeling exhausted with "no legs" to even walk. Total run time: approx. 40 minutes.

On Monday I took a day off. I worked until later moving three tons of building materials uphill. I could barely move my legs.

All it took was cash to end an acrimonious spy standoff between the U.S. and its Pakistani frenemy.
Raymond Davis, a CIA contractor held in a Pakistani jail since late January, is a free man. He reportedly left Kot Lakhpat prison after family members of the two men Davis allegedly killed agreed to accept $700,000 per family in compensation for their losses.  (The exact total is in some dispute.) Blood money: it works.

Read the full article here: Wired

Sunday, March 13, 2011

The Mystery of Jews in Japan

Soil

I just finished my daily run. No long run this week. I was going to take a day off but somehow the rain stopped and I was feeling good enough to do a little run. I ran from home to the bike path and back home. The bike path is almost flooded.  It is a rainy Sunday. I hope I can revive my legs for the next weekend race. Total run time: 49 minutes.

I signed up for a race next weekend. But I have no idea how I will be feeling by the end of the week. My work schedule has been quite brutal, and it doesn't look like it will get any better anytime soon. Friday I ran after work the usual bike path route, out and back. I was able to do some pull ups. My body was very tired from work. Total run time: 35 minutes.

Yesterday I thought I would be feeling a little better. No such luck. I  had to work and my body was aching by the end of the day. So when I hit the bike path for a short run, I had no gas in the tank. I was able to do a little tempo of 20 minutes duration at an easy pace. My legs felt heavy. I had to move some heavy load at work. The upper body is feeling strong but my hands are getting a little beaten from the mallet. It is like putting the hammer down...literally. Total run time: 31 minutes.

CIA LSD Experiment on Psychosis

Friday, March 11, 2011

Thursday, March 10, 2011

Achilles Tendonitis

So what is the Achilles tendon?
It is a cord connecting the heel to the calf muscle.

How do you know if you have Achilles tendonitis?
If you feel pain in that lower part of the calf - near where the cord is attached to the heel.

Do a test.
With  your thumb and forefinger, pinch along the Achilles tendon. Start down close to the heel and continue pinching, working your way up to where the tendon enters the calf muscle. If you feel a little swelling there, and a lot of pain, CONGRATULATIONS! You've got Achilles tendonitis.


A little explanation: the Achilles tendon is a cord connecting your calf muscle to your heel. It is a cord inside of a tube. This cord and its tube (sheath) stretch a bit, but not much. So if anything pulls too much on either end of that tendon, you will start feeling a lot pain.

What happens is the fluid between the tendon and its sheath expands, and there's less space for the tendon to move in. It all feels swollen and sore.

What is pulling on this tendon?
Two possibilities:  a calf muscle that is too short (running shorts the calf muscle);
and a heel that is too far away from the calf muscle.

Is there hope?
The first solution is quick and easy: put something under your heel to lift it up (bagels are not a good option)  so it won't be pulling down too hard.
Just stick a piece of sponge rubber, about 3/4-inch thick in  your shoes - in your running shoes and your daytime shoes.

Women can wear high-heeled (and mini-skirts) shoes during the day. But once you've corrected the tendonitis - don't wear high heels - they keep your calf muscle short.

The next prescription: stop running (eat potato chips and watch tv) for a few days to a couple of weeks until the pain is a lot better. Don't run, don't stretch. Later do the wall pushups.

A quick treatment: ice pack for 15 minutes .

When you go back to running, ice the tendons after each run, but not until you've done your stretching exercises.

At other times of the day, put a heating pad on the area to improve circulation and bring some blood to the area. Do this while you're getting fat sitting your arse in front of the tv worshiping your bagel's celebrities.  Also at bedtime.

Drugies: take two aspirins at each meal and two at bed time. (don't overdose) Don't take aspirin before running. Don't take aspirins if you have ulcers or are allergic to it.

Stretch: calves and hams. The more you run the more tighten and shorten the calf muscles a hamstrings become. Wall pushups will stretch the calf muscles. Knee press and foot on table will stretch the hams. Squats will stretch the Achilles tendon. Do these stretches before and after running.

Check your shoes: the heel lift should be 3/4-inch thick; and the flexibility at the ball of the foot.

What your foot's doing to your tendons. A sports-oriented podiatrist can tell you if your foot is contributing to the problem.

Running style: where you run and how you run makes a big difference in the amount of pull on the Achilles.

Cut out hill work until your problem clears up and your calf muscle is elongated.

Cutting the cord: surgery on the Achilles tendon.

Wall Pushups
Stand facing a wall - about two feet away from the wall. Rest palms of hands against the wall. Keep both feet pointing straight ahead. Slide one foot back, with the knee straight until you feel a burning or pulling sensation at upper part of the calf. Your heel stays flat on the floor. Hold ten seconds, then bend the knee of the back leg and hold for five seconds. Now switches legs and repeat.

Foot On Table
Stand in front of a table and put one foot on the table, knee   facing up. Keep both knees straight. bend over and hold the foot that's on the table with your right hand. Bring your nose as close to your knees as possible. Don't force it. Don't strain to make your nose touch your knee. Hold for ten seconds.
Now your right hand lets go of your foot, and your left hand holds it. Hold for ten seconds. Repeat with the other leg. Stretch each leg five times, alternating legs. If it is too difficult to put your leg on a table, put it on a chair.

Source: The Runner's Repair Manual by Dr Murray F Weisenfeld with Barbara Burr

Depression

Star

I just came back from my run. This afternoon I ran the usual bike path route. But since half of the bike path area was filled with dogs, brat spoiled bagel kids, pretenders, horny ones, sexually depleted homos, and bagels 'r us, I decided to run three times the second part of the route. It is about 2.88 miles. So I ran back and forth along the paved bike path. It was very muddy because we had lots rain in the last couple days. Somehow I felt relaxed and comfortable. My legs felt good, even that my working week is being a little brutal. Total run time: 58 minutes or around 8.5 miles.

Yesterday I ran an easy short run. Recovery run. My legs were quite trashed. I worked until later. Nothing much left in the tank. I ran the bike path route out and back and finished by the StarBagels. I felt OK. My legs felt heavy. Not enough recovery time. Total run time: 38 minutes.

CYA

CAFE: Corporate Average Fuel Economy
CASA: Computer-Assisted Sperm Motion Analysis
CELIAS: Charge, Element, and Isotope Analysis System
C4: Command, Control Communication, and Computer System
C4I: Communication, Command, Control, Computer and Intelligence
CFR: Code of Federal Regulations; Computerized Facial Recognition
CHARM: Coupled Hydrosphere-Atmosphere Research Model
CHC: Chore Coil; Community Health Center
CHESS: Community Health and Environment Surveillance System
CHF: Congestive Heart Failure; Switzerland-franc
CHRIS: Chemical Hazard Response Information System
Chug: Chug-a-lug
CIN: Circumcision Information Network
COD: Cash On Delivery; Chemical Oxygen Demand
COIN: Counter Insurgency
COLA: Cost Of Living Adjustment;
COW: Cellsite On Wheels
CREEP: Committee to Reelect the President
CSS: Cascading Style Sheets; Clerical Support Staff; Combined Sewer System
CST: Central Standard Time; Convulsive Shock Treatment
CTD: Cheapest To Deliver; Cumulative Trauma Disorder
CUL: Catch You Later; See You Later
CU L8R: See You Later
CVSA: Cyclic Vomiting Syndrome Association
CW: Call Waiting; Chemical Warfare; Carrier Wave; Continuous Wave
CYA: Cover Your Ass
CYL: See You Later

Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Fascist Threat

2Too

Monday was a hard day at work. By the end of day I had absolutely nothing left in the tank. I was so tired that I could not even go for a walk. A good day for a day off. It was a long working day.
This afternoon I expected to feel a little better after a day off. I worked long hours again doing some heavy labor work. I was feeling tired but not as bad as yesterday. I was planning in doing some speed session on the bike path. I started with a 15 minutes warm up. My plan was to do a fartlek without timing myself, just running by the feel without any  specific distance or rest. My repetitions were from 2-to-4minutes in duration. Things were going well until the fifth repetition when I started to feel my legs getting tired. I was able to hang in there and do ten repetitions, covering twice the bike path out and back. I finished with a 20 minutes cool down. Total run time: 67 minutes or over 10 miles.

Go Down Old Hannah

Military-Industrial Complex from Eisenhower to Obama

Sunday, March 6, 2011

Abbreviations



This afternoon I spent a few minutes in my local library. I was browsing the American Dictionary of Abbreviations. And I would like to share some of these abbreviations:

AAA: Antiaircraft Artillery
AAO: Awake-Alert-Oriented
ACTION: American Council To Improve Our Neighborhoods
ALICE: All-purpose Lightweight Individual Carrying Equipment
AM: Amplitude Modulation; Asian Male; Airmail
ARM: Adjustable Rate Mortgage; Alien Resistance Movement

BAL: Blood Alcohol Level; British Anti-Lewisite
BANANA: Build Absolutely Nothing Anywhere Near Anybody
BEG: Big Evil Grin
B/D: Bank Draft; Bill Discounted; Brought Down
BIS : Bank of International Settlements; Brain Injury Society
BLT: Bilateral Lung Transplantation; Bacon, Lettuce and Tomato
BP: Bills Payable; Blood Pressure; Borough President
BS: Bachelor of Science; Balance Sheet; Bar Sirach; Bill of Sale; Blood Sugar; Breath Sounds; Bullshit

HIFO: Highest In, First Out


Slope

All the good people were running, muddy! That was the way how I felt this evening. It was a rainy day. I did my run late in the day. This morning I went for a short bike ride. My right hamstring was screaming with pain. Eventually it went away and I felt better. So around 5:16PM I left my home in direction to the bike path. I rant he bike path out and back and  added a few more minutes in the way back. My legs felt good. I was planning to run no more than one hour. I did just that. Total run time: 62 minutes.

Yesterday after a long working day I did not have much left in the tank. That was what I thought. But I was able to do a short run. I ran once the Oakwood Valley trail loop and the bike path, one way. My legs somehow felt good.  I believe I was able to find a good balance between running and working. In the past if I had a speed session planned, I would go out there and just do it. Sometimes it would work out well. But most of time I would feel very tired and unable to race well. These days I am having a different approach. If I feel tired I will just take another easy day and leave the hard run for the next day.
Total run time: 45 minutes.

Friday, March 4, 2011

Tin Omen

Complex

Sometimes you feel like you are invincible. It is a good feeling. Usually it comes with some regrets later on. I felt quite exhausted for the last 48 hours. My legs were very tired. Dead man walking.  I had to hang, literally hang on the hillside to start a new project this afternoon. The wonders of doing labor work and trying to squeeze in a few miles of running. It can get unpredictable sometimes. No matter how fit you are. If you work load changes and you have to do something more demanding, your training usually is sacrificed. For me running is a passion. I don't really care about how I feel in the end of day. I just need to get out there and do it.

So this afternoon I hit the bike path for my usual run. I was being very ambitious. I did need to do some aerobic work. I stopped by the playground area and did some pull ups. I have not tried the one hand pull up for a long time. I was able to do a few this afternoon with the energy I had left  and somehow it felt good.  If the  mind is working well, the body always answers to the physical demand.
Total run time: 45 minutes.

Let me say a few words about the Jews. It is basically impossible not to be on contact or working for these people on the daily basis. Jews have the so called "blond complex". No matter where they were born. You can easily identify them. Once I worked for this English Jew. This guy used to bleach his hair blond. He looked exactly like one of the 1930's characters from the Nazi cartoons. He had a very light skin with that Jewish nose and other Jewish features. One day he forgot to bleach his hairy legs. Just imagine...better not.

Another interesting case was this Jewess from Canada. She bleached her hair. But it did not help her because she had this manly face features. Her kids also got the bleached treatment. Insecure people. Funny that when she had a new baby. The child was not blond or had any resemblance to her or her other kids. Too young for the blond chemistry kit.

Thursday, March 3, 2011

Radiant

After a couple rainy days, the sun is back. I had another good run.  I ran from home to the bike path out and back, and back home. I tried a different route back home to add a few more minutes to my run.  I added a long steep hill at start to make things a little more fun. My legs are feeling "heavy". But I was able to run at a good pace. Total run time: 58 minutes or over 8 miles.

This is one of my favorite dinner recipes:

3 cups spaghetti (6 ounces uncooked)
1 cup tomato sauce (Ragu Hearty)
2 ounces ground turkey
1/4 French bread (4 ounces)

1,300 calories; 70% carbohydrates


Great source of carbohydrates. It may not be good for somone trying to loose weight. Well, I don't have that problem.

Dragonfly Life Cycle

Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Welcome to the Jungle

Wire


On Monday I had another  normal daily run. I left home around 5:23PM in direction to the bike path. I ran the bike path out and back, and headed back home. My legs are feeling the hills from Sunday's run. I added a few minutes on the bike to work some different muscles. So far, so good. I have some aches and pains here and there, but I think I can manage these uncomfortable spots. Ice is always a good option after a long run.

I was luck that I did not twist my ankle during Sunday's run. For all these years that I have been running I have never had any problems with my ankles. Yesterday it almost happened twice going down these steep hills.  Total run time: 57 minutes or over 8 miles.

On Tuesday I decided to take a day off. My legs are feeling a little tired. I see some little injuries showing  up here and there. Better be conservative and take no chances.

I did a short bike ride this morning. It was very  hard to ride my bike. The wind was blowing me off the bike. This afternoon I did an easy short run. It was a rainy day. Some 30 mph winds. My afternoon run was on the bike path out and back, and back home.    Total run time: 45 minutes.

John Galliano

Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Pull Ups



Source: Strength Training Anatomy by Frederic Delavier

Very Last Day (Live 1968)