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Tough run, take time to recover ok?
oh yeah. maybe next time 3+ hours won't hurt as much?
Some serious HTFU training!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
How're you feeling today?
"silly bear !!"
(I feel like that's some kinda literary quote, but not sure) - what about food?
but I AM in great awe of the sheer scale here...wow...go Rudy!
Feel good thanks. Silly bear is Winnie the Pooh bear isn't it?
Speaking of food, there's a good article in the NYT today about meat eating. It quotes a study that says if everybody in the US ate 20% less meat, it would reflect an energy saving equal to everybody in the US switching from a Camry to a Prius!
P.s.for YK: I had two breakfasts today, inclucing one of potato/friedtofu/melted cheese and a whole avocado, lunch w/ more melted cheese and bread and greens and desert, snack w/ hot chocolate, dinner of salad and split pea/potato/onion stew w/ desert. well, it doesnt sound too gluttonous, but it seemed like i was constantly eating. Fun! The 'deserts' are not as sinful as i would have liked, since the late night trip to the supermarket last night yielded no edible ice cream, had to settle for raisin bran w/ frozen raspberries, walnuts and organic milk.
Yum!!!The joys of long running!!!
that's it ! - I was feeling in the style of winnie the pooh, but wasnt sure even if it was a bear I had in mind.
Vegetarians have to eat hugely and frequently, esp. active ones. It sounds scrumptious!
p.s....was actually NOT trying to hijack AP to being an all-food log (truly :), was referring more to the frequent fueling aspect ie (most humbly) silly bear carry more food. (except, ignorant me, doesnt eating while exercising make one barfy? is this a catch-22? what are these energy gels? how do you adventure race people stay fueled?!)
OK, now, I will walk the dog.
First of all I have never met a runner or racer who doesn't love food.......will run for chocolate, baby! I think we should have a food log here too....it would keep me in line more. I myself am not an energy gel person, I like luna moons, or sport beans and such.....in longer competitions sandwiches!!!!Just wanted to throw my two cents in......gotta go exercise so I can eat!!!!I am not the gourmet you, Rudy and Bill are tho' so I won't say what I am eating for dinner!!!!
when I was a bachelor girl sometimes I would have 2 cubic inches of cheddar cheese and a bag of cheese-flavoured goldfish crackers for dinner, yum !! while watching the news. I kinda miss that. maybe Dennis will go for a conference sometime.
grooaaaaan.... 2 cubic inches of cheese have to be doled out over several weeks around here.
My bachelor girl fare was popcorn, or for a gourmet treat I would buy a small frozen pizza and add green beans on it prior to cooking.. In fact I think those three items were all you could find in my kitchen......eeeekkkk. Goldfish crackers are probably the most eaten food at swim meets tho'....they are quite yummy!
You cooked your frozen pizzas? :)
Another bachelor favorite was mac & cheese with a can of vegall and a can of tuna mixed in. 1 pan, 2 meals! hard to beat.
gosh, my bachelorette dinner fare (that i've been living on for a few years now it seems!) sounds a bit more interesting... although it is sooo repetitive. usually some sort of variation on salads (adding diff nuts, fruits, vegis, boca burger/etc), omlettes, grilled cheese + soup, oatmeal (w/nuts, fruits, yogurt. yeah, i do have that for dinner on occasion!) :)
! wonder if the complexities of ones bachelor diet are somewhat informed by culinary capability (I dont want to say age?)... I have that same oatmeal dinner when i am trying to soft pedal the calories. Also repetetive: lots of combos of same elements, lots of pasta dishes often with another protein source like lentils or chickpeas, stir fry/tofu/rice, rice and beans, vegetable stews and baked potatoes accompanied by protein source (cheese, lentils, beans etc.)
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