The freedom of being single and having no family is sometimes the best thing in the world. On occasion, the structure of scheduling and planning via limited open time slots would be nice instead of sitting here with the next 12 hours open, which breeds inefficient time-use. Here I sit at 8:09am typing indoors when I could be out on a trail. Oh, I'll get out there soon enough but I'm not sure where or for how long I want to go! I'm thinking an off-road brick of 10 mile mtn bike, 10mile run, 10 mile mtn bike would be fun. My fear is after one of the stages there's too much pull during clothes changing and such just to stop. More likely, I'll do a 2.5 hr run and 1.5 hr mtn bike. Marshal Mesa as a starting point is a likely choice... Not so good at following a plan (reason I don't typically post workouts before I do them). Let's see how it plays out.
Got up Green with a slow, worn down GZ yesterday (he did a lap up Green before we met) but I was able to open up with harder effort for a while on Mesa trail for the return loop.
Yeah, I ripped down the moving plans post. I'll keep it to myself for now.
CONGATULATIONS DAVE MACKEY WINNING AMERICAN RIVER 50 TODAY!!!
Like I said, it's tough for me to plan a workout. 21+ miles in 3:01. Nothing terribly interesting about this run other than experimenting with how a bonk progresses and how long it takes for 1 gel to pull me out of it (took like 10 mins). Now, mtn bike ride. The quality work done at University Bikes made the bike velvet-smooth. The front fork is like new.