The next time you want to feel like a Monday morning ALL-STAR, do a speed workout the morning after a weekend trip. It shocked me right back into reality.
I took my speed to the road instead of a track this morning because the gas meter in my car was on empty and I had to ration fuel to drive to school. Luckily, I had 2 x 2 miles on my schedule, so my Garmin worked just perfectly.
The workout: 2, 2 x 2mi, 1
I actually liked this distance because I didn’t have to sprint. For those of us who are scared of the very short and very fast, 2 miles was nice. Plus, I still haven’t gotten over how cool it is to check my watch for my speed! Imagine if humans automatically knew how fast they were going and could “clock in” to a certain speed. Kind of like how someone with perfect pitch can label any note on a whim.
These are the kind of thoughts that consume my brain while I am trying to understand confusing articles about suppression and evoked emissions.
And these are the colorful pieces of sugar that I study with:
Riddles Skittles: the colors don’t match the flavors. They are a little bit strange, and I think that’s why they were on clearance at Target.