Discussion in 'The Studio Lounge' started by scotchandcigar, Jan 5, 2017.
I'm sure you'll be at 190 when you're done.
I intend to stop for meals at the steak stations along the course.
Are you going to skip the ice cream stations?
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It depends on the lines.
I'm in at 161. This morning we will be hosting our neighborhood easter egg hunt. I'll be distributing out 1000 eggs throughout the park play area and soccer field. That will be my exercise for the day.
just follow the pez example and i'm sure it will be a successful hunt!
I remember that, the parents were a bunch of assholes.
Humanity is a waste. I can't wait until they're all dead. Sinners
The egg hunt turned out fantastic. My sweetie really knows how to host an event. We had around 65 kids. This is our 4th hunt, we've had our house now going into our 4th year of a developing neighborhood. As long as she keeps the event to the 3 street radius and friends, it should go well. At some point, all the nearby kids will grow out of wanting to do this.
You can always hire security to keep the other subdivision out.
Give em Pepsi if you don't want things to get ugly though.
Somebody's not getting an Easter basket this year.
I was at 185 this weekend. It was the end of a crappy month of weather. Now that it's getting nice out, I'll be more active.
Yesterday was a spectacular day, 65 and sunny, with no breeze. We walked around Newburyport with the dog, and met our daughter and son-in-law for lunch at a tavern, where he and I had 4 different craft beers between us. Then we all did the river walk together, and grabbed a gourmet iced coffee. We drove home with the top down on the car. I grilled dinner outside, and some friends came over for food and cigars.
Today it'll be in the 70's and sunny, tomorrow it'll be in the 80's. The top may stay down all week.
Oh, and we're seeing Peter Frampton tomorrow.
He'll show you to way
And come alive.
Did my Spartan race on Saturday. It was muddy. And by muddy, I mean mud caked on our bodies like we're Navy SEALs waiting in ambush in a swamp. Here's a video shot by someone (not our group) that shows the whole course in seven minutes.
Also, while stronger and lighter than during my September 2016 race, I still need to be strongerer and lighterer for my August race, which will be MUCH hillier (it's in West Virginia) and longer (8-10 miles, which means 10 miles).
Another Solid Reason Not to Do a Mud-Obstacle Run - The Atlantic
LOL. True. But there are also good arguments against most kinds of physical activity. People keel over dead during marathons. Spartan is pretty good in that most of the challenges aren't just for spectacle--they're really tests of strength. The mud is there for the novelty of it, but there is no electricity or ice baths or the stupid things that Tough Mudder and other races do.
The CDC has found animal feces, e. coli and campylobacter in the mud and water at many of these races. Physical activity is good, but "hemorrhagic diarrhea" is bad.