The Handsome Man with Athletic Thighs
Running In Circles
 
Sunday, July 31st

Resting Pulse: Not Recorded
Weight: Not Recorded
Course: None
Distance: Zero
Time: N/A
Other Exercises: None
Weather: N/A

Comments: Today was a planned rest day—no workout.

Angie's cousin got married today. Angie did a reading in the ceremony, and she did a great job. After the ceremony, all the guests retreated into the air-conditioned splendor of the reception hall for dinner and dancing. I enjoyed myself, and Angie had an opportunity to catch up with her friends and relatives who still live in California.

WARR: T-minus 48 Days
 
 
Saturday, July 30th

Resting Pulse: Not Recorded
Weight: Not Recorded
Course: Lake Youngs Loop
Distance: 10 Miles
Time: 84:45
Other Exercises: None
Weather: Sunny, 63° at Start, 71° at Finish

Comments: I woke up early and ran ten miles. I spotted two coyotes during my run. They vanished into the brush as soon as they noticed my approach.

I'm off to the airport in a few minutes to catch a flight to LA. Angie is already down there, but I thought I'd stay behind to get in a couple of extra workouts. I figured I wouldn't do much running if I was out of my element down in SoCal.

WARR: T-minus 49 Days
 
 
Friday, July 29th

Resting Pulse: Not Recorded
Weight: 167 lbs.
Course: Pit Bull Run [House Mix]
Distance: 6 Miles
Time: 48:55
Other Exercises: None
Weather: Sunny, 81°

Comments: I ran an easy six miles after work today.

WARR: T-minus 50 Days
 
 
Thursday, July 28th

Resting Pulse: Not Recorded
Weight: 167 lbs.
Course: None
Distance: Zero
Time: N/A
Other Exercises: None
Weather: N/A

Comments: Angie felt sick yesterday. It must have rubbed off on me. I could barely move once I got home from work. I crashed. After a three-hour nap I still felt terrible. I decided to skip my workout.

WARR: T-minus 51 Days
 
 
Wednesday, July 27th
Bike to Work Day

Resting Pulse: Not Recorded
Weight: Not Recorded
Course: None
Distance: Zero
Time: N/A
Other Exercises: 110 Minutes of Biking
Weather: Sunny, Warm

Comments: I didn't bother running today because my legs were pretty wiped out from biking to and from work. The trip was only eleven miles each way, but the route contained many hills. It took me forty-five minutes to get to work, and sixty-five minutes to get home. I guess that indicates which direction has a net uphill climb. Except for a brief moment when an eighteen-wheeler drifted into the bike lane and left me only a few inches of clearance, the ride was uneventful. I have decided, however, that someone needs to change the name from "bike lane" to "broken-glass, loose-gravel, and enormous-thorny-weed lane."

WARR: T-minus 52 Days
 
 
Tuesday, July 26th

Resting Pulse: 58 bpm
Weight: 169 lbs.
Course: Jumping Dogs
Distance: 8 Miles
Time: 64:45
Other Exercises: None
Weather: Sunny, 84°

Comments: I ran eight miles after work at a medium intensity. The heat cooked me pretty good, so I didn't feel all that great when I was done.

Tomorrow is Bike to Work Day. I signed up for it last week. I spent this evening getting my bike into proper riding condition. It was a fiasco. I expected to spend about twenty or thirty minutes lubing the drivetrain and changing my knobby tires over to road slicks. Well, it took my well over an hour, and I ended up breaking my floor pump in the process. At least I'm ready to roll in the morning.

WARR: T-minus 53 Days
 
 
Monday, July 25th

Resting Pulse: 52 bpm
Weight: 166 lbs.
Course: Soos Creek Trail
Distance: 4 Miles
Time: 33:13
Other Exercises: None
Weather: Sunny, 80°

Comments: A co-worker brought in cinnamon rolls to share for lunch today. I already had plans with Angie, so I set mine aside and ate it for an afternoon snack. I probably should have eaten it sooner because it came back to haunt me while I was running. Luckily, I managed to finish my easy four-mile run without puking.

I already miss the Tour de France. I can't wait until next year; there might actually be some competition for the Yellow Jersey.

WARR: T-minus 54 Days
 
 
Sunday, July 24th

Resting Pulse: Not Recorded
Weight: Not Recorded
Course: None
Distance: Zero
Time: N/A
Other Exercises: None
Weather: N/A

Comments: Today was a planned rest day—no workout.

The final stage of this year's Tour de France was a little bit more exciting than I expected. Sure, things started slowly, the riders pedaling along leisurely as Armstrong chatted with everyone and sipped Champaign. Vinokourev, however, injected the stage with some aggression. Since he was only two seconds down on Leipheimer for fifth place on G.C., he attacked for the time bonus on the first intermediate sprint. He won, taking the six-second bonus, but Leipheimer was right behind him, scoring a four-second bonus to limit Vino's net gain to two seconds. Although that left them tied, Leipheimer stayed in fifth based on the fractions of a second recorded on the Time Trail stages.

The rain wreaked havoc, raising a sheen of oil on the pavement. Half of the Discovery Channel team crashed on a corner descending into Paris. The race officials decided to take the time at the end of the first loop and cancelled the time bonuses—or so I thought. Vinokourev made another brilliant attack just outside of a kilometer to go and won the stage. Then for some reason, the officials decided to award the time bonuses anyway. Vino moved into fifth place. I can't help but feel Leipheimer got ripped off. His Gerolsteiner team might have responded more aggressively if they'd known the time bonuses were still on.

With Vino gobbling up all big sprint points, neither McEwen nor O'Grady managed to overtake Thor Hushovd for the Green Jersey title. Thor is the first Norwegian to win it. No one else I know seems to care about the Sprinters, but I've followed the competition closely ever since I started rooting for Djamolidin Abdujaparov back in the early nineties.

It was quite a day for Scandinavia, as Mikael Rasmussen became the first Dane to win the Polka Dot Jersey. He may have had the most disastrous ITT in recent memory, but he managed to get over the line in Paris to hold onto the King of the Mountains lead. And frankly, seventh overall isn't too shabby.

WARR: T-minus 55 Days
 
 
Saturday, July 23rd

Resting Pulse: Not Recorded
Weight: Not Recorded
Course: Lake Youngs
Distance: 10 Miles
Time: 83:51
Other Exercises: None
Weather: Sunny; 78°

Comments: I ran ten miles today. I felt a little bit tired, but I didn't have any real trouble. I ran 35 miles for the week, which is the most weekly mileage I've done in over a year.

I thoroughly enjoyed today's ITT. Armstrong won, which I expected, but Ullrich finished quite strong, which I didn't. I wonder how the Tour would have gone if he'd been this on form from the beginning. Mancebo's ride also impressed me. He managed to finish ninth on the stage and move up to fourth overall. I guess it finally was his year to finish in the top five. I couldn't help but feel sorry for Rasmussen though. I don't think he could have had a worse time trial. It was pretty much a given that he'd lose 3rd place to Ullrich, but I didn't expect him to slip all the way back to 7th. I guess two crashes, three bike changes, and a flat tire will slow a guy down.

WARR: T-minus 56 Days
 
 
Friday, July 22nd

Resting Pulse: 54 bpm
Weight: 166 lbs.
Course: Soos Creek Trail
Distance: 4 Miles
Time: 31:40
Other Exercises: None
Weather: Sunny; 78°

Comments: I ran four miles today. My hamstrings were a bit sore from Wednesday's efforts, but I moved along pretty quickly. I felt pretty good.

Today's stage of the Tour was another lackluster one. (Maybe I'm just already hyping myself up for tomorrow's ITT.) I thought Pereiro might pull off another stage win, but he didn't respond to Guerini's vicious attack with 1.5k to go. No one did.

WARR: T-minus 57 Days
 
 
Thursday, July 21st

Resting Pulse: 54 bpm
Weight: 166 lbs.
Course: Pit Bull Run [House Mix]
Distance: 6 Miles
Time: 48:10
Other Exercises: None
Weather: Sunny

Comments: I ran six miles today. I started out at an easy pace, then ramped up my speed over the last three miles. I wasn't sure why I was pushing myself, but it felt like the right thing to do.

Today's stage did little to excite me. I was hoping Axel Merckx could pull off the stage when, but he faltered on the daunting final climb. (A ten percent average gradient? Ouch!) Rasmussen lost a few seconds to Ullrich, but that's of little consequence; Ullrich should crush Rasmussen in the upcoming ITT and take third place easily.

WARR: T-minus 58 Days
 
 
Wednesday, July 20th
Wilburton Park Orienteering

Resting Pulse: 52 bpm
Weight: 167 lbs.
Course: Wilburton Park Orienteering
Distance: 3 Miles; See Below
Time: See Below
Other Exercises: None
Weather: Sunny

Comments: I competed in an orienteering meet this evening. I did course three first, and blasted through it in 15:20. I decided that wasn't enough of a workout, so I signed up for course two. I finished in 11:35. I figure I ran about three miles between the two courses. Also, I now have blackberry bush scratches and nettle stings all over my legs.

In today's Tour stage, Savoldelli had the same kind of luck Hincapie had on Sunday. He jumped on a breakaway that stayed clear. With a monster effort he came around the CSC rider Arvesen to nip him at the finish line. It was a cleaner win than Hincapie's, however, because "Il Falco" took his turn pulling the breakaway along.

WARR: T-minus 59 Days
 
 
Tuesday, July 19th

Resting Pulse: 54 bpm
Weight: 168 lbs.
Course: Jumping Dogs
Distance: 8 Miles
Time: 69:07
Other Exercises: None
Weather: Sunny, &78deg;

Comments: Today's run was hot and tiring. I ran eight miles at a moderate pace.

When it come to the Tour de France, I guess turn-about is fair play. Pereiro, who lost to Hincapie on Sunday, rode Cadel Evans's wheel for most of the stage, then came around him for a sprint win. Evans did move a long way up the G.C. with the time he gained though.

WARR: T-minus 60 Days
 
 
Monday, July 18th

Resting Pulse: 54 bpm
Weight: 166 lbs.
Course: The Wrecking Yard
Distance: 4 Miles
Time: 35:13
Other Exercises: None
Weather: Sunny

Comments: I ran an easy four miles today. My legs felt a little dead from Saturday's long run. I was also pretty tired because I stayed up until 12:30 to finish the new Harry Potter book.

WARR: T-minus 61 Days
 
 
Sunday, July 17th

Resting Pulse: Not Recorded
Weight: Not Recorded
Course: None
Distance: Zero
Time: N/A
Other Exercises: None
Weather: N/A

Comments: Planned rest day—no workout.

Angie finished Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince last night, and I started in on it this afternoon. We'll see how much sleep I get tonight.

I expected Armstrong to dominate and destroy the field in today's stage, the toughest one of this year's Tour de France. With the exception of Basso, he did, at least as far as the major GC contenders go. The early breakaway, however, stayed clear all day, and Hincapie pulled clear of it for the stage win.

While I like Hincapie and am glad he won—especially as he was a teammate of Fabio Casartelli, who died ten years ago to the day—I wish the win could have been a little cleaner. Hincapie did no work on the long breakaway and was, therefore, clearly the freshest rider on the final climb. Since he was on the same team as the Mailot Jaune, it was his right to play the part of the "ticket collector," but, in my opinion, it cheapened his win a little bit.

WARR: T-minus 62 Days
 
 
Saturday, July 16th

Resting Pulse: Not Recorded
Weight: 165 lbs.
Course: Lake Youngs Loop
Distance: 10 Miles
Time: 82:16
Other Exercises: None
Weather: Sunny, 84°

Comments: I ran ten miles at a medium pace today. I wanted to run at an easy pace, but my legs felt good and I just went with it. I finished five minutes faster than last week. This gives me 33 miles for the week, making this the most weekly mileage I've run in all of 2005. (That's actually kind of sad; at the beginning of the year I expected to be running in the mid-50s by now.)

Today's stage of the Tour de France was excellent. Armstrong is just too tough for the rest of the field. Leipheimer and Landis performed well too, and I'm still holding out hope for seeing more than one American on the podium come July 24th.

I'm off to volunteer at the finish line of the Seattle Night and Day Challenge. I competed last year, but seven hours of running killed my legs. I choose to skip it this year, but I like the organizers and thought I'd give them a hand. Also, my dad is running the seven hour, so I can make sure no one cheats him out of any points.

WARR: T-minus 63 Days
 
 
Friday, July 15th

Resting Pulse: 56 bpm
Weight: 165 lbs.
Course: Down by the River
Distance: 3 Miles
Time: Not Timed
Other Exercises: None
Weather: Drizzle, 64°

Comments: I ran an easy three miles after work. While I was stretching by my truck after the run, I saw a ton of '50s and '60s era cars drive past with a motorcycle cop escort—three minutes of sirens and two-tone convertibles. It was kind of surreal.

Poor Chris Horner just ran out of road on today's Tour de France stage. If the course had been 50 meters shorter he would have won. Instead, he got swept up by the peloton and finished 10th. McEwen won, and it looked like he tried to cross his back wheel across O'Grady's front wheel, which would have taken him out. O'Grady is the guy McEwen head-butted in stage three. I get the feeling maybe McEwen doesn't like O'Grady.

WARR: T-minus 64 Days
 
 
Thursday, July 14th

Resting Pulse: 60 bpm
Weight: 166 lbs.
Course: Pit Bull Run [House Mix]
Distance: 6 Miles
Time: 47:58
Other Exercises: None
Weather: Sunny, 80°

Comments: I ran six miles at a medium pace today. I felt pretty good.

The Tour went about like I expected today: an early breakaway; a desperate Frenchman hanging everything out to go for the stage victory; and no changes to the GC top ten. Triki Beltran crashed out, though, and that could hurt Armstrong in the Pyrenees. The Ace, Jose Aczevedo, has been silent so far, so maybe he has been holding back for the upcoming mountain stages.

WARR: T-minus 65 Days
 
 
Wednesday, July 13th

Resting Pulse: 54 bpm
Weight: 166 lbs.
Course: The Wrecking Yard
Distance: 4 Miles
Time: 32:25
Other Exercises:
Weather: Sunny, 78°

Comments: I ran an easy four miles today.

Vinokourev made up for his failure yesterday with a long breakaway today, but it might be too little too late to get him on the podium. He won the stage, but only gained back 95 seconds. Botero looks like he's gunning for a podium spot, and he's a good enough time-trialer that he might do it.

WARR: T-minus 66 Days
 
 
Tuesday, July 12th

Resting Pulse: 56 bpm
Weight: 170 lbs.
Course: Pit Bull Run [House Mix]
Distance: 6 Miles
Time: 48:10
Other Exercises: None
Weather: Partly Sunny, 78°

Comments: I ran six miles at medium effort. Except during the last mile, I felt pretty good—certainly much better than yesterday.

I expected Armstrong would attack today, and I thought he would likely win the stage. He came close, but it's hard to win from a four-man break when two of your opponents are on the same team. Also, I could tell that no one wanted to work from the front. Armstrong did most of the work and towed Rasmussen, Mancebo, and Valverde along with him. But the question of the day had to be: What happened to Vino? I never expected to see him get dropped. I think he pretty much ruined his chances of standing on the podium. The T-Mobile squad looked great a couple of days ago, but they fell apart on the first real test of the Tour.

Maybe this is finally Macebo's year to stand on the podium. He looked like he'd been stabbed in the kidney, but he hung in there with Armstrong to the top of a Category One climb. If he can do that in the Pyrenees too, he should finish pretty high—but maybe not as high as Valverde, who showed today why everyone thinks he's a future champion.

WARR: T-minus 67 Days
 
 
Monday, July 11th

Resting Pulse: 52 bpm
Weight: 168 lbs.
Course: The Wrecking Yard
Distance: 4 Miles
Time: 36:56
Other Exercises: None
Weather: Mostly Cloudy, 72°

Comments: I ran four miles at an easy pace and felt like crap the whole way.

I was scanning headlines online and I clicked a link to a story about three climbers who'd been killed up by rockfall in the North Cascades. To my shock, I knew one of them, Jo Backus. A few years ago, when I was still a member of the Mountaineers, I took a snowshoeing course. Jo was one of the instructors. She was also the leader of most of the snowshoe outings I did. We barely knew each other, and I doubt I would have recognized her on the street—maybe if she'd been wearing a hat, gloves, a parka, and a backpack—but seeing her name in the article made me gasp.

It's easy for me to dismiss most outdoor accidents as a result of carelessness or bad planning, but I know Jo was cautious and thorough. Sometimes bad luck bites the best of us in the ass, and I don't like to be reminded of that. I'm sorry that bad luck caught up with Jo.

WARR: T-minus 68 Days
 
 
Sunday, July 10th

Resting Pulse: Not Recorded
Weight: Not Recorded
Course: None
Distance: Zero
Time: N/A
Other Exercises: None
Weather: N/A

Comments: Today was a planned rest day—no workout.

I'm giving myself half-credit for picking today's stage winner in the Tour de France. I knew Rasmussen would go on the attack to pick up as many King of the Mountain points as possible, but with the last third of the stage being downhill, I never thought he could hold on for the win. Well, he was so far ahead, he did just that. I wonder, however, if his moving so far up the General Classification will hurt his chances of finishing in the Polka Dot Jersey—the big GC contenders won't let him break-away to chase KOM points if he's a Yellow Jersey threat.

Angie and I saw Cinderella Man this afternoon. Good movie. I thought maybe it would be too hokey and predictable, but it wasn't. The drama was really done well. Other people in the theater were clapping and cheering during the movie. I haven't witnessed that in a long time.

WARR: T-minus 69 Days
 
 
Saturday, July 9th

Resting Pulse: Not Recorded
Weight: Not Recorded
Course: Lake Youngs Loop
Distance: 10 Miles
Time: 87:03
Other Exercises: None
Weather: Sunny, 76°

Comments: I ran ten miles today. It's the farthest I've gone since I ran the Country Music Half-marathon in April. Boy, could I tell I haven't been doing any long runs.

Today's Tour de France stage was rather exciting. I may have to re-evaluate my opinion on Klöden. Either he totally sandbagged the early season, or he's had a miraculous return to form. Regardless, he launched an attack after Vinokourev had torn everyone else's legs off. No one seemed to have anything left to respond. Maybe T-Mobile's three-headed monster will do some damage to Armstrong after all.

WARR: T-minus 70 Days
 
 
Friday, July 8th

Resting Pulse: 52 bpm
Weight: 169 lbs.
Course: Pit Bull Run [House Mix]
Distance: 6 Miles
Time: 55:43
Other Exercises: None
Weather: Rain, 62°

Comments: I ran an easy six miles today. When a flitting Spotted Towhee distracted me, I stepped in a big pile of horseshit. Pleasant.

Later, while driving home from dinner, I noticed something in the light of the streetlamp—an owl flying across the street. It landed on a fence post in plain view. Angie stopped and let me study the bird for several minutes. She then suggested we rush home so I could get my camera and try for a picture. I agreed.

Returning with the camera, I was mildly surprised that the owl was still there. It had just caught something and was sitting in the grass by the edge of the road. The angle was bad and I couldn't maneuver my camera lens around the passenger side mirror to snap a shot. Spooked by the headlights, the owl flew off into the woods with something small and furry dangling from its talons. I tried to take a photo, but I couldn't draw a bead on the moving bird. Close, but no cigar.

After some long study with my field guides, I decided I had seen a Barred Owl.

WARR: T-minus 71 Days
 
 
Thursday, July 7th

Resting Pulse: 54 bpm
Weight: 167 lbs.
Course: The Wrecking Yard
Distance: 4 Miles
Time: Not Timed
Other Exercises: None
Weather: Sunny, 76°

Comments: I intended to run six miles today, but I felt so lethargic I cut the distance to four miles.

I thought a breakaway would go clear in today's stage of the Tour de France. I figured the sprinters' teams would be getting tired, and the category four climb near the finish would break things open. It didn't exactly happen like that, but the breakaway got clear—although the peleton crashing 700 meters from the finish might be the only reason why. Vinokourev impressed me. His daring, opportunistic move worked, and he nearly won the stage—probably would have, if not for Megnin crashing in front of him. More importantly, Vino took time out of Armstrong's lead. I've believed from the beginning that Vino is the biggest threat on T-Mobile, not Ullrich. He proved it today.

WARR: T-minus 72 Days
 
 
Wednesday, July 6th

Resting Pulse: 56 bpm
Weight: 166 lbs.
Course: Soos Creek
Distance: 4 Miles
Time: 34:17
Other Exercises: None
Weather: Sunny, Breezy

Comments: I ran an easy four miles after work. My legs felt tired, so my workout seemed more like a slog than a run. A bug hit me in the eye. (Yeah, big surprise.)

In the morning, during my drive to work, I was waiting at a stoplight when my car lurched forward. I thought the engine had died, like it does when you take your foot off the clutch. I reached for the keys to restart the engine when I realized I drive an automatic. The engine shouldn't just stop for no reason. Well, the engine hadn't stopped; I'd been bumped from behind.

The woman who hit me got out of her car and peered at the bumpers. I started to get out of my car too, but the light changed and people started honking. We were blocking traffic. The woman fled to her car, so I re-buckled my seat belt and drove through the intersection. I pulled over to the shoulder on the other side of the intersection and watched in my rearview mirror as the woman turned left and disappeared.

I got out and inspected my bumper. I didn't see any damage. I assumed the woman hadn't seen any damage either and that's why she drove off. It did feel like I'd been hit-and-run though.

I made the wrong pick for today's Tour de France stage. I thought Boonen was a lock if it came down to field sprint, but McEwen jumped on his wheel and nipped him at the line. Thor Hushovd finished third, but moved up to second in the Sprint Points competition. Go Thor!

WARR: T-minus 73 Days
 
 
Tuesday, July 5th

Resting Pulse: Not Recorded
Weight: 167 lbs.
Course: Pit Bull Run [House Mix]
Distance: 6 Miles
Time: 53:48
Other Exercises: None
Weather: Cloudy, Muggy, Drizzle, 82°

Comments: I ran an easy six miles today. My legs felt tired and heavy, but, thankfully, not sore. I need to pile on some mileage pretty quickly, so I should get used to that feeling, I guess.

Well, my prediction for today's Tour de France stage was off. I expected much better things from Phonak, the World TTT champions. I also thought CSC had it in them to beat Discovery Channel. I do have to wonder what the time gap might have been if Zabriskie hadn't crashed. It was disappointing to see the Maillot Jaune go down.

I don't see how anyone can beat Armstrong now. No one can touch him the mountains. No one who matters can touch him in an ITT. The TTT was the last chance T-Mobile and CSC had to take time away from him, and they failed to do so. I doubt a breakaway can succeed—any competitive GC rider will be chased down mercilessly. Barring a crash or an illness, this race is already won.

WARR: T-minus 74 Days
 
 
Monday, July 4th
Independence Day

Resting Pulse: Not Recorded
Weight: Not Recorded
Course: None
Distance: Zero
Time: N/A
Other Exercises: N/A
Weather: N/A

Comments: Today was a planned rest day—no workout.

Angie and I went to a wedding reception way out in Sequim. Between racing last night and the five hours of driving today, I didn't think trying to run would be prudent. I did find time to watch the tour, though. And, once again, I successfully predicted the stage winner, Tom Boonen. McEwen got relegated for head-butting O'Grady during the sprint. It seemed totally unnecessary, and I can't say I'm disappointed that he lost out on quite a few points toward defending his Green Jersey title from last year.

WARR: T-minus 75 Days
 
 
Sunday, July 3rd
Firecracker 5000

Resting Pulse: Not Recorded
Weight: Not Recorded
Course: Firecracker 5000
Distance: 5k (5 Miles with Warm-up/Cool-down)
Time: 20:16
Other Exercises: None
Weather: Muggy

Comments: I watched more Tour de France today. Once again, I successfully predicted the stage winner, Tom Boonen. Without Petacchi in the race, I donít think anyone can beat Boonen in a straight-up sprint. I think he can easily win four stages, and likely the Green Jersey.

Despite having the World's greatest sporting event on TV, I did get out of the house today. I ran the Firecracker 5000 downtown. It started just before midnight, and it made a couple loops around Seattle Center. I thought I ran strongly, but was quite disappointed to see I slowed down over the final mile. I thought I'd been speeding up. At least my times are improving—not bad for only two weeks of (inconsistent) training.

WARR: T-minus 76 Days
 
 
Saturday, July 2nd

Resting Pulse: Not Recorded
Weight: Not Recorded
Course: North Side West
Distance: 3 Miles
Time: Not Timed
Other Exercises: None
Weather: Sunny, 68°

Comments: I basically watched the Tour de France all day. I did manage to fit in an easy three mile run, but the rest of my time was spent watching bicycle racing. I successfully predicted that Dave Zabriskie would win the opening time trial. I think Armstrong would have crushed him if the wind hadn't changed, but them's the breaks.

WARR: T-minus 77 Days
 
 
Friday, July 1st

Resting Pulse: Not Recorded
Weight: Not Recorded
Course: None
Distance: Zero
Time: N/A
Other Exercises: None
Weather: N/A

Comments: I came home from work completely exhausted. I crashed on the bed and took a five-hour nap. I didn't manage to squeeze in a run. So far, this buckling down thing isn't really working out for me.

WARR: T-minus 78 Days
 
Sometimes I feel like I'm breathing underwater.