MikePfirrman wrote: »
Aokoye - that's exciting. I likely know of quite a few of those folks there. Many of the NW OTW contingent are members of my Sub 7 Indoor club as well during the offseason (most are so serious they never take time off). I'm like one of the least serious members of that club. Especially large contingent of female rowers from my indoor club are from either WA or Idaho.
Congrats on the degree! And can't wait to hear about your race. You've worked really hard preparing for it. I was so excited for my first indoor race, so doing yours on water would be incredibly exciting. Sounds like you're hooked already.
AnnPT77 wrote: »
9.2k rowing the double, with a Big Ten champion rower in stroke. We went upstream to see the baby swans (there are still at least 5, and maybe all 6 of them - they mill around so much it's hard to count).
On the way back, with me steering, we hit a d**m bridge abutment (oars, not boat, still lucky not to break stuff/flip/swim, wind may have contributed, but, as bow rower, definitively all my fault - ugh).
immoralhook wrote: »
5 mile run
EmBeatie wrote: »
What's PT? Can people add the time their workouts take out of interest? I'm sure some of these would take me 2 hours.
drmwc wrote: »
Yesterday: 100 kettle bell swings, 24 kgs bell.
5 mile walk
4x1500 metre indoor row, 3 minutes rest between sets.
Today: 16,000 steps.
80 minutes bouldering, git a few v2s (I'm not very good yet.)
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