That i have learned from the almost death of the road of

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So, there’s a little bit of a story behind this. But before I get into this, I’ll just say that on Tuesday, I’ve spent a lot of nausal, almost pubic, and definitely dehydrated …

All right, let’ s forget it. Do you know those people who spend hours trying to get every achievement in every game on the Xbox they play in?

I don’t have the patience to be a whore with video games. But there is one thing I’m standing on a street corner in the leopard legs (metaphorically, of course), and that.

If you haven’t heard about this site, it’s a social network that turns the fitness into play. You register in the exercises that you do, and you get glasses for them. That’s enough, and you’re coming up. There are also achievements in getting and quests to finish …

Really, I am. And to be honest, it’s not bad. I’d like everyone to be-that gives me an incredible motivation to work. In fact, I plan to write a full post about how shocked by the Fitocracy in the near future. Until then, all I can say is that you have to.

-Okay. It’s about how it relates to me almost dying …

It’s always about a girl.My friend Arthur knit me a couple of weeks ago with the profile of the Fikocracy. Anything special? Oh, no, not very … except that she’s at level 41 and almost.

Oh, and one other thing … she goes to my school …

So now I have to get my shit together and pick up the tempo, because the ISU student is not just hitting me, but.

The Epic Quest starts.

Part of Fitocracy’s addiction.

When you start going to the site, the quests are quite easy and include things like:.

  • Run the Pendline line.
  • Perform 10 operations in a week.
  • He’s 135 on Squat, Deadlift, and Bench.
  • Try a mile in ten minutes.However, as soon as you pass these things, things get a little more complicated. I’m at the point where I run the type of quests.
  • Make a widower (20-rep squat) in 1x.
  • Run for a mile in five minutes (I barely did it under six years old).
  • Make the Triathlon at the Olympic Distance (1 milieu, run 6.2 miles, bicycle 24.8 miles).
  • These are not the quests I’m about to do during the day. They’ll be training. But there was one quest on my list that I thought was perfectly doable. It was called.

    -Well, that doesn’t sound too complicated. It’s like the Diddy Kong. “-me.

    The girl told me that she usually runs/bites at 6 a.m., so I decided to beat the heat and wake up on Tuesday morning to stay awake as usual …

    So, on Tuesday morning, I woke up, hit a banana, filled a bottle of water, and jumped on my gullible Trek. I was planning on driving about 15 miles, and then turning around and coming back. Take it easy, huh?I went out on the road and the weather was perfect. The sun was.

    I drive Ames and runs the southern track where the bike’s bike is convenient. As soon as I hit the next town, I turned to Tritl Trust, and it’s a very new path that I wanted to take for a while …

    After a while, I hit a 15-mile marker … and I saw the sign …

    My 15-mile marker was in the middle of the trail-why not add 10 extra miles (all that way and back) to see the city? At least I could say I would have done it somewhere before I came back.So I’m in Madrid. This is a cool city, and it even has “cyclists” that have recently opened to accommodate all cyclists who ride on the path …

    That’s it. Mission accomplished. But wait another sign …

    S-2.5 miles.If it were just a regular bridge, I would probably not be interested. But this is the High Trust Bridge. I heard about it and saw the photos of the friends who made it there. This is one of the most steaming bridges in Iowa, a sports design that looks like a bunch of pictures that swirl around it ..

    So … five miles to the road. But I did it!At this point, I drove 22.5 miles and collided with the same distance on the way back. But first … I need to cross the bridge. Who wouldn’t?I never thought Iowa could be so beautiful, but a giant valley under that bridge.

    And, however, there was another sign at the end of the bridge …

    Woodward-2.5 miles.

    I knew Woodward would be the end of tall growth. If I’m just walking 2.5 miles, I can tell you I did it all the way to the end of the road. I could tell you, too.

    “The morning bros, only a 50-mile bicycle ride, no big deal.”

    So in Woodward, I’m a face. I made it easy enough, even called the Fourquare check-in so I could add the city to my travel map (which you can see at my.

    Luckily, Woodward has a little stop with the bathtub and the water. So it took me a few minutes to stretch and pour the bottle back, and then start a 25-mile trip back to Ames …

    This is where it all started with what we started.

    About ten miles back, I started getting tired.

    However, I recently read someone talking to /fit/:.

    -Cardio doesn’t like to lift, bro. When you can’t make another cut, it’s because your body just can’t lift that weight again. It’s too heavy. Cardio’s not right. When you feel like you’re stopping, it’s your brain. Your body can continue to go much longer than you think. “.

    So, although I’m tired, I pressed it. The combination of this statement and the fact that I had no other way to go home, I was going to …

    It’s getting harder and harder than I kept going. My ass was hurting so much, I had to stand on the pedal for a while. In the end, it became a challenge to restrain yourself …

    I started alternated with humid roaming and go …

    I finally got to the town where the trail began. Epic …

    So I pushed and started driving to the highway north to Ames …

    There is a term that the maretons like to use under the name “wall” is a point in the race where the runner thinks they can literally not go any further. In the movie.

    I didn’ t hit the wall. I was dehydrated and exhaustion of glucose. About five miles until I reach Ames, I was at my point. I will be able to move at a normal speed of about 10 seconds before going through …

    When I leave to walk, my legs will start to shake and threaten collapse under me …

    Lucky for me, at that moment, the guy in the van stopped for me …

    Ever since I was on a bicycle, he assumed I had a tire. It wasn’t exactly like that, but I was still incredibly grateful he’d give me a ride …

    I came home only to experience a strong dehydration-to such an extent that all the food was disgusting and dry because my body was too slow to produce saliva. I was very light too, and my limbs felt like they weigh 300 pounds each …

    So I drank a liter of water and I was out for three hours.I’m going to be an impressive 46-mile-up, before dialling.

    I’ll finish my search in Fitocri?

    Was that a stupid idea? Yes …

    I learned a few things during and after this experience, which I would like to share:

    So study my mistakes. Don’t try to ride 50 miles on a banana. Yeah, it’s easier than that.However, you still have to put pressure on yourself. Come on, now.

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