I was born a BFR. I was a BFR until I was about 1.5 yrs. old.
In HS, I ran XC, but not BF. I was on JV. I was slow. I always wanted to run a 26.2.
Then I got married. Then we had kids. We raised them. I still wanted to do a 26.2.
I had dreams of a BQ someday. So I got a GF305 with a HRM to monitor my MHR, log my LSDs, and PRs. I studied the BQTs for my AG. I XT'ed. I worked to increase my VO2Max. I started a BLOG.
But every time I ran 10K or more, I got injured. ITBS in one leg. PF in the other foot. Always DOMS. Lots of RICE. Had my first DNF due to a hamstring pull.
Then I read "BTR". Then I became a MR. Bought 3 pair VFF, and huarches. No more ITBS, or PF, or even DOMS!
But I did TMTS, got TOPF. But ignored it. Ran 5K race. SFX, 2nd Metatarsal. 3 months off.
Then I became a BFR again, 50 years after the first time. I didn't do TMTS. After 1 yr. I can run at least 18K BF with no pain. Happy BFR.
Then I learned about Run:) I joined the RSC. Happy, :)ly BFR. BQ? Who cares.
The End (for now).
Haha, awesome! It made me LOL while on the bus, on my way home from work. Thank you! :)ReplyDelete
oh my gosh it took me forever to decipher that! I wish I knew how to avoid TMTS!ReplyDelete