You can tell I don’t look down when I run because when I got back to the office (I run from work during the week) I gulped down some water, had a stretch, “boasted” to a co worker how I had run up Parnell Rise without stopping and then went to have a shower.
As I went to take off my shoe I looked down and thought
“Hmmm that doesn’t look good”
Then I slid my shoe off and found yet another war wound. No pain no gain huh? Well I am expecting some massive gains 😉 because I sure do have some scars.
It used to be just Ludus tattoo’s I had to worry about, add three more disciplines into the mix and I’ve got war wounds galore.
And that is just one leg, anyone would think I am a clutz. Although I must look like one too every time I arse off my bike *sigh*.
I fell off AGAIN during my last bike session and I was pretty much stationary! (I was practicing starting off on a hill and I chickened out and lost balance – can I blame the wet surface?) 😉
“Well done on the 10k run last weekend!”
Firstly – thank you
Secondly – Excited? No
Shit Scared would be closer to the truth. I’m still super worried about riding in cleats, which is a nice change because usually I am worried about the swim section and I’m not feeling at all nervous about that section this time.
Well except the part where its early and it will be cold. I hate cold, but I’d prefer not to swim in a wetsuit this time around because well I havent practiced in it and I havent mastered taking it off at “speed”. I can just picture myself still trying to get the darn thing off while everyone else in my race crosses the finish line.
At this point I plan to take the cleats off my bike and do the race with flat pedals BUT the following weekend I am doing a Duathlon and I WILL ride with cleats come hell or high water!
See I even said it out loud .. so I have too.
If any of you are up at almost stupid oclock on Sunday feel free to come to Takapuna and watch me cause calamity on the bike course!
Till next time