Running....why does it have to hurt so bad??? My coach had me run a mere 15 minutes yesterday and I felt like I was going to pass out. Hopefully it comes back quickly. The most exciting thing about my run wasn't the run itself...but the fact that I saw my friend Mason riding down the street on a Salsa carbon Beargrease.
The fact that I keep running (this time literally) into this bike is a sign that I need one!!!
Jason challenged me to a Bear Crawl competition and I instantly agreed. Of course right after agreeing I had to ask what a Bear Crawl was.
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So...on Monday I got a quick tutorial on how to Bear Crawl and then I was ready....
destroyed on the stairs!
Here's Jason doing the walk of shame...you can't see me because I was already at the top :-)
Well time to go ride and then I have to go to class. Ugh, class. It sounds so foreign to say that. I think I mentioned this before but when I transferred from Aquinas college to Grand Valley University I never knew that I had to take a third semester of French. Don't ask me how that got lost in translation. Anyways, after completing all of my Public Relations and Advertising classes I totally thought that I was ready to graduate when the University was like au contraire! Crap! So I took a
The first thing I did after signing up for the class was research the professor and every single review is bad! I kid you not. Like pages and pages of people saying he is super tough and to drop the class unless you are an anthropology major. Great! I spent about two hours trying to find a different class but this is the best for my schedule because in the winter I'll be doing the Great Lakes Fat Bike Series. Wish me luck. A few of the reviews mentioned that he punishes you for missing class and I'm for sure going to miss one class while I'm at Interbike. But...hopefully all of my public relations classes will come in handy. I'm just going to have to convince him that meeting with sponsors and looking at new bike gear is WAY MORE important then the Origins of Civilization. I mean, duh!