Saturday, June 14, 2008

Strawberry Pancake

Weight: 224.8
Delta M: +1
Mileage: 38.8(Road Bike)
June Mileage: 194.3

I’m not sure if it’s the sweat or the sun screen, but when I was done with this morning’s ride I looked like human fly paper.

So I did that Kirkland breakfast run, it was a pretty good ride. We had a decent crosswind/quartering head wind on the way there, but for the ride home it definitely shifted on us, and our route was a little hillier. This coupled with a belly full of food slowed us down significantly.

I’m getting to where I don’t mind hills so much, in fact I’m starting to enjoy them, at least when I’m by myself and don’t have to keep up with somebody. Wind just sucks though, or blows I suppose, depending on which side of that argument you sit on. It is not so bad when you can pick your route, than at least if you head into the wind for the first half of the ride you can look forward to seeing some good speed on the way back. On a long ride though, with a fixed destination, the wind just grinds on you.

I don’t know what the hell happened with my weight, I ate a little heavy Friday, but it was all pretty healthy stuff, I walked, and I rode. Who knows, just a fluke I suppose, I’m not too worried though, I’m still on track, and I’m getting a lot more miles in, so it’s gonna come off whether it wants to or not, the laws of physics are on my side on this one.

5 comments:

joel said...

I don't think physics has shit to do with it....burn more calories than you take it, and you WILL lose weight. Pretty simple.

Johnny said...

and that is what I am doing. That's straight up thermodynamics and conservation of mass and energy shit, thus physics is on my side on this one.

Anonymous said...

So you are telling me that you defy physics??? Congrats. I'd say it's more like common sense....you defy that pretty well!! (hehe)
-Joel

Erik said...

Being hungry should feel good. But it doesn't.

Anonymous said...

If you we're so full of shit you would lose weight in no time.
Guess Who! (HA! HA!)