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Joined: 16 Sep 2009
Location: Warwickshire
Interests: Drumming, RC flying stuff and trying to get fit

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I've only gone and done it!!
Tue Jun 13, 2017 9:11 pm Gazzer1uk
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So, since posting the first post how many years ago on Sunday 4th June, I did a Sprint Triathlon at Blenheim!

My swim was slow and a mix of crawl and breast stroke, bike was actually good and done in 45 minutes, matching the average speed, the run slow due to my ripping a calf muscle 5 weeks ago and it being the first time to run and walk the distance....

But finally, after all the procrastination, all the hypothesis and worry, finally I can call myself, a TriAthlete!!!

Woo hoo....

So, never give in, however long, it can be done!!! So, gone and booked another now, hopefully can do some running before then and improve my over all time by a bit!!
Ignorance of the facts does not make them cease to exist... Aldus Huxley

My band and I!
Drumming is good for fitness, a rather talented professor reckons that professional drummers can be fitter than Premiership Footie players. That is not the reason I drum, but it helps in all ways. My band the Above Average Weight Band (on FB as theaawb) have had some great gigs, we have fun and a bit of a following. Setting up and breaking down means carrying lots of kit, then usually about 2 and a bit hours of playing, I certainly sweat!!!
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Since the first blog nearly 3 years ago I have probably been slow and idle for 18 months and am at the second idle period!

I now possess 2 good bikes Specialized Allez road and Specialized Hard rock MTB. I have ridden the MTB more though love the agile and speedy behaviour of the Allez.

Last year with some colleagues, I got fit enough to just manage the Scottish Coast to Coast Rat Race event. 105 miles, 2 days 23 miles trekkiing 80 miles biking and the rest in a kayak. It was tough, I don't think I trained well and certainly did not lose sufficient weight, but.... I did it, mental fortitude and enough training. I wondered about doing it again, but decided against it as it I would have to do it faster!

So then I sat on my ample and growing behind and decided that once again, I have to address my fitness and weight. And so the adventure continues but this time, progress is required! PS the short fat one in the middle, that is me!
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