I was so flustered with last weeks examination of the inane milk vs running infographic, I just had to address it again. This guy, who I am not revealing his name because I don't want to start a war or get sued, is equating a glass of milk with running a mile. Pretty cryptic. What does it mean? That is what we go into, so if you haven't listened to the "Us and Them" episode, please do. It will get you up to speed. Then check this one out.
A lot going on in this episode. All is well between me and Lumo Run, which is a great thing since I love their product. The first part of the podcast is about crossing that line of fear. It is important, in my opinion, to always try and cross that line because there are great things on the other side. In other words, don't be a flat earth society member and believe you can't sail past the horizon or you will fall off the edge of the earth. Be an explorer with yourself and find out what your limits truly are.
The second part is about devoting time to 3 parts of your workout. People who are chronically injured or sore never pay attention to the frontend or backend of their workouts. Aren't you glad you aren't going to be one of those anymore?
Nope, I am not giving out any spoilers. These are simple but overlooked points that will make a huge difference for you. Especially if you are a bigger than average runner. You will have to listen!
This podcast episode is the brainchild of a silly graphic I saw that compared the calories in a couple of donuts to one of Crossfit's hardest workouts. Is this a valid comparison? You will just have to listen to find out!