"You can't untrain for Monkey" - bdub
Strings - Do you know (roughly) how the elevation of said course (subject line) compares to Monkey? I did a variation of the "Shirt for a Hard Ten" run twice today (which is similar to corkscrew) to prepare for the Monkey. I know, I know - I received the Monkey Mail and am a fool for trying to train for said event. In any case - do you know the elevation stats of IHC&R course? I know you have the GPS and the RA map function keeps telling me "elevation service is temporarily unavailable".
I'm running somewhere tomorrow. It's going to be beautiful. I can't wait.
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We believe it to be around 3500 feet of climb and 3500 feet of descent.
The downhills are not free.
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I'm going with the philosophy that if I don't train for it and don't think about it, the Monkey will only hurt during and after - as compared to before, during, and after.
MTA: Damn ya'll bitches went and made me think about it.
Bonkin', you still planning on that big ass run the week before the monkey?
That is just NUTS, Bonkin'! I am skeptical about even running a 5K the week before the monkey. Take it away Ron Simmons.
How about a 50k the day before? C'mon. That Dizzy Fifties thing looks fun. You know you wanna.
Gosh, golly, geeze. I WOULD totally be up for this, but with all of our fellow RA members coming to town, I'd hate to miss out on the fellowship and camraderie for a measley 50K.
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