My blank pages book in which I kept my post-lesson notes is literally falling apart so I've been working on compiling them into a more logical format.
Alas, this is not going well. Fiction stories have a beginning and a middle and an end (although the beginning might be told in the middle as a flashback and... oh, never mind).
I've tried to find logical ways to organize this. [Why are you laughing?]
I bought a small notebook and some tab sheet and divided this
Experts say that fine wines often go through a period where they taste “shut down” and “dumb” for a time after they are bottled. I think both my fencing and my refereeing are going through that phase at the moment.
It's really obvious in my (fencing) refereeing. A few weeks ago, I realized I needed to focus on and clean up my mechanics, particularly the signals, if I’m going to work anything more than club tournaments. Up until now, my calls have been OK, but my signaling has
I have been logging steps with my Fitbit for over a month. A week ago I started doing a daily exercise routine, really supposed to be a warm-up but I find it pretty hard. I have been logging my food every day, and not losing weight, but the goal was simply to log the food (I was logging it before, but with the goal of losing weight, and not losing weight then either). I have to be much fitter than I have been, and this is when I get serious about training hard.
Yesterday, I slipped
Yesterday, a friend contacted me. He had qualified for the Veteran World US team, and wanted to get any suggestions for planning.
My first suggestion is: Plan like crazy, because you are responsible for getting there at the right time and being prepared.
My second suggestion is: Don't expect anything. No, expect something will go wrong. Because it will, despite the good will and positive intentions of everyone involved.
My third suggestion is: OH GOSH
Updated 07-03-2014 at 09:32 AM by Peach
This was the first morning in a week where I did NOT wake up feeling like someone had hammered the front of my left leg with a rubber mallet. It's a small improvement but I'll take it.
I have not yet self-diagnosed the root cause although "runner's knee" looks like a good possibility. For now, I'm trying to balance carefully between giving the knee the rest, ice, and Aleve it needs while continuing to train, work, and make slow but steady progress in decluttering the house.