Not like I'm any kind of expert or anything, but it does interest me how a fair amount of it is a head game.
My head wasn't really in the game today. I went the distance, in reasonable time, but I kept finding myself walking, even when I really wasn't out of breath. Kinda like my heart wasn't quite into it.
I also kept wanting to check out the scenery, which is a good thing, but risky to do when running on trails. Then Chuck wanted me to throw pine cones....
then then then
I was walking again.
It wasn't in the legs or lungs. A whole lot of it is in the head. Certainly the same can be said for racing sailboats, though in quite a different way. And not, there is a certain element of single-minded focus that wasn't turning up today.
Try again later, no?
MUST get the wifi locked, and it is super complicated, and I need a repeater, I get a completely crappy signal up in the painting room and it makes it all super s-l-o-w.
To do list gets a little longer!!