As stated yesterday,
I kind of messed up my knee, I am guessing, at Richard T. Anderson on Adam's extreme course. I did not feel any problems until Tuesday. Something did not work right. So I am doing easy pace until it works fine.
This gives me time to think about the planning of SST 100. Adam and I might document it in a Podcast, but I am still learning that avenue. I thought it would be cool to have a "How we trained for a 100 mile" type podcast available out there, since I could not find one. My, what geeks we are.
I am also starting to think about "weekend training runs" with some of the fellow 100 milers (or anybody). Aside from the training races, I am thinking of at 50 mile to 100k distance in June on the trail. My thoughts were to find 3-4 other runners, plus cars, plant the cars at 10 mile intervals as aid stations, and see how long the first 40-60 miles will take.
Not only will this be good training, but will give me a good idea as to what my pace should be.
Chime in if you want to be a part of it. This would be similar to Julie Berg's "Beta" run she does in August. I would be concerned waiting that long as I need a better gage earlier.
So there is this blog, maybe a podcast, and maybe some video documentary to go with it.
It should be fun.