Almost a week now after Powerman. Things are pretty much back into the groove now. I was tired from the race and also from the road trip. Took me almost 3 days to apprehend myself back. That particular 3 days were full of eat and sleep. Yawn and hungry most of the time. Monday lunch, Det and me had 2 plates each of fried kuew teow and sizzling steak. We got stares from the next table and smiles from the waitress for the feeding frenzy. I supposed they saw Hantu Raya kot. Lol.
I had to ditch raya trip back to JB so as not to add more stress to the recovering body. Felt a tingling of flu bug flying around but I must stay strong because the weekend is just around the corner for warriors' stuff. And I like to log this in as well - I gained 3 kilos after Powerman, perhaps due to the appetite and something that I left behind for good. I'll keep that to myself but it's gonna be a fight for a better me.
|The stuff that brought me across|
safe & sound
In two weeks time, my first marathon in Temasek. Nothing much to target for since logging milage was never near to what I did in KL Marathon. I was hoping Powerman helped me with the endurance. The plan is stay running and enjoy the scenes with running peeps Det and Ziff. Since the organiser promised a spectacular marathon route, I'll pop in my camera as well. With two weekends remaining, I will just stick to the LSD milage schedule and taper as it goes.
So many races sprouting approaching 2011 - am I early to talk about this? Organisers have been aware that a well scheduled race attracts more crowd which on top of that allow each party to plan and prepare well. Take Borneo Marathon and Sundown Marathon for example. Both races have been lambung-ed in blogs and facebook for awhile now. Fellow enthusiasts have been struck with the mental kacau illness. Adding salt to the future pain, Sundown raised the 84km to 100km for the ultra category. Can you really beat the sunrise? I'm afraid, both these events are not in my initial plan for the moment.
On top of that, I'm eyeing to return back to the old dirt stuff. With my mountainbike sold, I look forward for dirt on foot come 2011. Recently was being lambung-ed by Zairin for the Kinabalu Climbathon. Seems doable enough. With that in the 2011 pipeline, the N9 Mountain Circuit is a must to qualify my confidence as Luke Skywalker. Hehe.
Thats about it I guess. I rarely do midweek post but these itchy fingers can't say no to the ideas. To all you bridge runners, may the force be with you. Perhaps I'll join you guys next year when Powerman is not as near as this year.