Nude Numbers (#13)
I successfully completed the New York to Providence bike ride to raise money for the Jack Brown Appeal. And I met Jack, who was so cool! I’ll write about it in a separate post.
I am sore from 3 days in the saddle, but seem to have emerged injury free and ready to switch to running. I also gained 1-2 pounds without adding a lot of fat, which is cool. Now, 7 weeks to go until the marathon, and time to get back to running.
- Completed the NYC-Providence 180+ mile bike ride without any injuries. And had a blast doing it.
- Weight lifting was good this week, but admittedly it was stupid to do heavy leg lifting two days before the ride started.
- I ate whatever I wanted this week, but after spending over 25 hours in a bike, I’m not too worried.
The ride was a blast, I rode very well (for me), and I’ll write about it separately. My leg injury didn’t even play in, even the foot bruise I got last Saturday, and although I am sore today, it’s the good kind of sore. That’s one of the two major events out of the way (just the November marathon remains), which is awesome.
I will post photos later (we’re still gathering them together).
On the sad side, it likely means my bike goes into storage for the winter season. I’ll miss it.
I cut back on the swimming this week because of time pressure, but my form was good when I did get time and my speed is improving. My weight control was on track. I gained 1-2 pounds without a major increase in body fat.
I’m still shooting to win The Six Pack Charity Challenge, and finish the NYC Marathon.
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Time to switch over to running. I’ll do a short 1.7 mile run on Tuesday, and then work with my trainers to come up with a short-time plan to ramp up for the marathon. More details next week. I’ll also keep lifting, do some swimming, and eat around 2,875-3,125 calories a day to gain some weight.
No changes to data presentation this week. As with last week, data is presented in SOAP Note format.