World Cup 2016 (Part 2.75/3)

Chapter 4: Success and Disappointment.

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^Photo credit: Pearl using Marcella’s phone

Yeah, um, I’m not very good at estimating how many parts a series should have.

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World Cup 2016 (Part 2.5/3)

Chapter 3: Anything and Everything.

Like actually.

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^Photo credit: Marcella

We got so much thrown at us on just the first day of racing, if I didn’t do things in chronological order, I wouldn’t know where to start. Also I ended up having too much to write about, so I had to add more parts to this series.

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Nationals 2016 (Part 2/3)

Saturday was gender day at Nationals with the longer distances: 500 m and 2 km races! Lots of racing and podium for everybody.

Day 2

^Photo credit: Ed Nguyen

Day 2 2

^Photo credit: Anne Zeng!

Day 2 3

^Photo credit: Anne Zeng!

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TIDBRF 2016

This post is a long time coming and I know it’s very late but hey, maybe it’ll be good to rekindle some of the fire from this competition in anticipation of upcoming Nationals.

TIDBRF was a weekend of huge ups and downs and the way things panned out was almost as if it were the plotline of a movie. So many emotions, it was definitely a dramatic weekend to remember.

*Spoiler alert* It was a successful weekend. 🙂 🙂 🙂

Joe

^Photo credit: Joe

Desmond

^Photo credit: Desmond

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MyFitnessPal

Monica has converted me.

At least for a little while.

She downloaded this app called MyFitnessPal that tracks calories in/out (food, exercise, etc.) and I thought it was really interesting. It has quite an extensive arsenal of brands and foods (though not so much for exercise). I finally decided to install it and try it out for several reasons, one of those reasons being I was interested in seeing how my food and daily activities pan out numerically. Another reason is I kind of want to lose weight because pullups and endurance bench are so much easier at lighter weights (Marcella has to lift nothing!) and exercise hasn’t been doing it for me (ugh, cardio!) and diet is supposed to be the way to go for that anyway. Though I consider myself somewhat reasonably fit, I do have unnecessary fat I could afford to get rid of. Plus, I probably do eat too much normally anyway (I eat a lot).

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