gooch, on Saturday, November 7th, 2009, 10:41 AM, said:
appears to just be more soft tissue damage than a fracture so should be good in a week, other guy was ugly to start with so no problem
next time just put him in a submission and save your hands.
troyomac, on Monday, November 9th, 2009, 11:31 AM, said:
Went to the gym today for the first time in 2 weeks. The day after my last workout I got pretty sick, I think with swine flu. I started feeling better gradually last week, and felt really good today, so I went. Things went great until about half an hour in, I did 6 reps of bench press, then all of a sudden I couldn't do the 7th. We tried lowering the weights until it was cut in half and I could only do a couple more reps. I started to feel nautious and incredibly weak, and my trainer said I went pale, so I quit and came home, and feel kind of crappy right now.
damn, hope you feel better soon. don't push yourself if you have swine flu.
dapokerbum, on Monday, November 9th, 2009, 2:56 PM, said:
Saturday I went to get some new running shoes. I wanted to get properly fitted and make sure that I had the best shoes for street running which is what I am doing 90% of the time. So got all fitted and ended up picking a new pair of Adidas. My old shoes are Asics and I love them, however for the proper fitted street shoes the Adidas were $30 cheaper than the Asics so I went with them to test them out. So I got home and did a quick 2 mile run, nothing too extravagant as I was planning a big run for sunday.Sunday comes along and I went off with a couple of friends to do some trail running. My other friends are much more experienced runners, but I went into the run knowing they were going to kick my ass. So we did a mile warm up and then headed up a very painful hill. The elevation change was 850 feet in around 1/2 - 3/4 of a mile. That basically killed me, but I made it up through running just a little of the begininning, then jogging, then walking, then stopping and walking some more. However, both my friends didn't even make it the whole way without stopping so that made me feel a little better. Anyway after we reached the top, we did another mile on top of thie ridge that went up and down. After we got to the main peak we were trying to get to, I told them I was done running and that I would just hike the rest of the way down. I ended up running / Jogging / Walking 3 miles and then hiked three miles back. so all in all a good day, but my legs were super sore last night, but that is a good thing. I can't wait till the day that I can actually make it up a hill like that with some gas left in the tank ... but that is what training is all about.
yep, keep training, it's mostly about the journy.