and you can't build base or strength like that. But I am not making
the right decisions and I'm not showing commitment to myself and my
Yesterday's run was cancelled due to continued craziness at work and
at the time I "vowed" to get on the bike that night. Instead I
watched a combination of the Sens hockey game and The Biggest Loser.
And after that I played Need For Speed Pro Street until midnight. In
my mind there were shots of "Yeah let's get on that bike" but I very
quickly muffled them.
Today the workload (and work stress) continued and once again I set
aside a run to further the business. Now I'm caught up in thoughts of
"making it up" and then failing on that too.
Sure I may be a bit too rash right now, but I feel that I need to set
that training "habit" once again, grow up and suck it up to do what I
want to do. The real training starts soon and I want to be in good
form to pick that up.
I think at the beginning of each week I have to sit down, review what
I hope to do that week, and set up key workouts. With that in place I
can see how that may fit with the anticipated home and work time and
make adjustments as needed.
I was going to say "Gee I hope this works" but I think "It's up to me"
is more appropriate.
Thanks for the shoulder. :)
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