Bon Jovi, Pasta and Interupted Training: Half Marathon Training: week 5, Day 3

Well it’s been a while…

Busy busy bee at work on Wednesday, and was gearing up for my 7k run after my shift.

Off we went and I learnt a valuable lesson…

You know that body of yours that Mr Charles Darwin spent millions of years perfecting through evolution?

20130614-151350.jpgTake care of it. Help it out.

My poor body had been working frantically for over 2 hours attempting to digest and source some form of nutrition from what I ate for tea and I wasn’t helping my digestive system out.

I had Spaghetti Bolognaise WITH WHITE PASTA. Very bad choice and one I won’t be making again. I was in agony during the run. My stomach was able to complete the course about 10 minutes quicker than me, I was that bloated!

The only thing that was getting me through was ‘Mindful Breathing’ – bringing my focus of attention back to the breath, how the air feels, how it smells, it’s temperature etc etc. I finally got through it but during it had to ask the husband how far we’d gone three times (I was supposed to be on a ‘Naked Run’ – no focusing on pace, distance or time).

“3k”

“Oh fuck”

“4.27k”

“Oh fuck”

“5.8k”

“oh fucccckkkkkk”

I finally completed it in just over 50 minutes.

I WILL NEVER EAT WHITE PASTA…AGAIN…EVER!

Then after a horrific shift at work yesterday, I had neither the mental or physical strength or will power to do my 5k! I’m going to do it tonight, after seeing Superman and having a Nandos tea!!!

I WILL DO THIS RUN!

13K tomorrow and I’ve just bagged free tickets to see Bon Jovi at Slane Castle so I will HAVE to do the run early! I WILL DO THIS RUN!

I only know 4 songs from the set list…oh well, they are free

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About leanne402

A girl who has been lumbered with a disability following a brain haemorrhage and who also has endometriosis. A mum struggling to come to terms with what physical and mental illness has taken from her. Blogging my journey through endless hospital appointments and coping mechanisms I'm using to try and manage chronic pain, fatigue and learning to live with my disability. Trying to learn that I am not defined or confined by my illnesses and disabilities.
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