I have learnt two things already this week:
-> My calves are apparently too fat for most ski socks. There seems little point having a pair of comfortable ski boots if I cut off the circulation to my feet with my socks
-> If I don’t go swimming for about a month, then my arms and shoulders are noticeably weaker when I finally do go and try to haul myself through the water for 50 lengths.
I am drawing two conclusions from this.
1) ‘Large’ Ski socks aren’t being made large enough (my calves certainly aren’t all that hefty)
2) I should perhaps do less running and more swimming – that way I will maintain the strength in my shoulders and not bulk my calves out any more than I already have.
Every day is a school day, right?
So what am I doing at lunchtime? That’s right, I’m going for a run. I didn’t get where I am today by learning any lessons from life, you know....
Tuesday, 12 December 2006
as an outstretched arm slowly disappears....
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Did you read about that cyclist that Richard Hammond helped? No it's not a joke.ReplyDelete
Apparently the guy cycles 250 miles a week!
I got tired reading about it!
Wow! I can't imagine your calves are that big.ReplyDelete