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Originally posted on Out an' About:
I need another lifetime to travel to all the places I want to see. To experience even a fraction of the wonders in the world. Though I’ve traveled widely I’ve yet to see even…
We all know Barbie gets around, but we were a little surprised, to find Marzipan Barbie, stepping out in our favourite bakery in Thamel the tourist district in Kathmandu. I suggested my husband pose with her. He’s the master mind, researcher and driver behind our two treks to Everest Base Camp and The Trainer in my blog. Continue reading
This is a true story.
Chance encounters with people I have never met, but know by association happen to me a bit. I am gregarious enough to stop the stranger and ask if they are so and so and introduce myself. My hit rate is fairly good and buoyed by my successes I continue to risk embarrassing myself to make the connection. But sometimes I put two and two together and come up with five. Continue reading
The words of the Trainer. It’s true. I want to get back on track because I am not feeling it. That wonderful feeling of feeling fit. Having lots of energy and enjoying the endorphins. Or whatever it is, I want it back and so it is time to get serious.
To make it more of a challenge the Trainer has become a FIFO Trainer. Yep Fly in Fly Out. He is only here on the weekends to utter those encouraging words in his inimitable way.
This morning I had to go to the bank to sign something so I wore my gym clothes. Strategic decision because I think that is the first step. Put on the gear and it puts you in the mood. Back home from the bank the first thing I did was jump on the treadmill for 30 minutes. Tick. I recorded it on my training calendar which hasn’t had an entry for a while.
(Note the photo is not from today. I wouldn’t start on an incline of two, not when it is a while since I did inclines).
Strategies for Getting Back on Track with My Training
Any suggestions for the list?
Phew back down the from mountain. Feels like I’ve trekked to Base Camp again. Reliving the trek via the blog has been great.
Plenty of more posts planned including a few from the first trek some posts one on Pokhara, Chitwan and Kathmandu of course. And a video to make. Lots more to come. Lots of technical, behind the scenes stuff planned and we all know how long that takes.
And I have to get training again …