projectjared replied to your photoset “Road to Berlin (29 Days to Go): Progress at Last Distance: 20km …”
I hadn’t thought of tracking my pos-neg thought ratio. I have tracked my stress level out of 10 at the end of each day, but your method looks better. I’m stealing it! :)Tweet Pin it
nickswhite replied to your photoset “The Road to Berlin (30 Days to Go): Hurdling Trees and Fighting the…”
Looks very much like the Itchen Navigation. Great run which can take you all the way from the airport to Winchester if you want. Glad to know that ‘bridge’ is holding up..
It was the Itchen Way. Loved it. It’s a bit overgrown after about 5km as you head towards Winchester but a great route to run. Will definitely do it again.Tweet Pin it
derfeierabend replied to your photoset “My First Ever Nutribullet Smoothie Today I lost my Nutribullet…”
The Nutribullet looks pretty portable; am I correct? I’m thinking about picking one up but am moving overseas this week, so my space is fairly limited.
I wouldn’t take it to work with me ;-) but, for a move overseas it’s probably doable. About the size of an American football. I’m finding it to be a brilliant all-in-one as well for making everything from soup to pesto.Tweet Pin it
valiin replied to your link “How to Fuel for a Half Marathon? New Study Suggest Gels Are the Answer”
Does this mean that it’s best to use gels every 20 minutes from the start of the race, or is it every 20 minutes after a certain amount of time?
Advice on this varies wildly. Some experts suggest taking gels on the start line, some say wait until around 45 minutes in. I personally prefer to start 20 minutes in and then top up every 20 mins. I find consistency is really key otherwise I tend to get highs and crashes.Tweet Pin it