Just putting this lot here as a reference for some advice and meal plans.
Although I’m largely omnivorous, I’m currently tending towards being pescatarian and/or a bad vegetarian; going vegan is a step too far for me at the moment, although we’ve just bought some vegan cookbooks, so you never know.
Well we’re trying yet again to run our home marathon: the Virgin London Marathon on 26 April 2020.
No doubt we’ll be unsuccessful as usual in the ballot which can be found here:
VLM Ballot Entry
Be quick though: entries close at 5pm today.
Tricky run this evening around the Hagaparken: chilly and a tight chest (tree pollen or asthma maybe?)
We have also bought some Garmin Index Scales which are wireless and mean we can track our weight individually direct into Garmin Connect without having to use a watch and then upload from there; much easier.
Talking of which, my weight is down 0.4kg since the start of 2019.
Cheeky 32½km ride, stopping off near the end at our favourite restaurant, Le Pont de la Tour, for champagne, oysters and cocktails before heading home.
Went to the gym before breakfast at the H1898 and found the treadmill was occupied by a walker, so whilst I waited I did a stint on the bike.
Then I was too hungry to run to far – plus Mrs RHM had finished her workout – so just a short treadmill run.
To celebrate being 57 years old, I decided that trying to run along La Rambla for the H1898 hotel was going to be nigh-on impossible, so I did a treadmill run before breakfast instead.
It was lashing down this morning, so instead of running out from Fisherman’s Wharf, I had to use the hotel gym instead. Booooo!
After a 10km recumbent cycle ride because the treadmills were taken…
Despite precious little exercise since the start of the new year, weight is only up 0.2kg to 93.4kg.
Because both the bloody treadmills were taken…
So a mini-review of the year. 2018 saw very little running, a lot of walking and then some cycling as a change to the walking!
Must. Try. Harder.