So, we went to Costco and got all sorts of healthy delicious food yet…
We still went to Wendy’s for dinner. I love it when my meal alone takes up an entire tray. I had the chili, baked potato and garden salad.
My BIL just got in town (and will be here for 4 months wahoo) and it is kind of our tradition to all go out to eat at somewhere really cheap when he first gets here. Wendy’s chili has a special place in my heart. Maybe I just need a really good chili recipe of my own that tastes even better than Wendy’s.
I don’t know about you but I don’t really love watching sports (why watch football when you can watch Felicity or Gilmore Girls instead) but I can watch anything running or triathlon related for hours and I can even watch the same race over and over again.
We hooked up hulu to our TV to watch the 2008 Kona Ironman. My BIL will be training for an Ironman in AUGUST and so we thought it would help pump him up even more to watch Kona. He has been reading the Triathlete’s Training Bible and loves it just in case any of you are looking for a good triathlon book.
It seems like us crazy endurance athletes always want more and more of our sport. I find myself thinking about what’s next? How can I push myself to the next level? How far can I go? Ultra’s? Tri’s? The more the merrier right? I don’t know why my brain craves training for more and more but I think this will be my year for shorter distances and by gaining the quick leg turnover by doing the faster and shorter races than I will become a better marathoner and then an awesome ultra-marathoner;)
Today is a non-run day for me….any ideas of a fun workout I should try that doesn’t involve the elliptical or spin bike? I need to broaden my horizons.
Ever thought of doing an ultra? Ever done one? What tri’s have you done?
Do you eat fast food? If yes, where?