I was sick for way too long. I ran a 5km race last weekend and was so out of breath, had some chest pain and felt like I might have pushed myself to hard. BUT my cold seemed to disappear after that so maybe that’s just what I needed since I was feeling fine otherwise. This race was a Zombie Evasion run. Everyone who participated had a belt that they attached 2 flags to (3 or 4 if you donated food and money) and got ready to be chased by people dressed (fully dressed) as zombies. There were 5 heats, in which they started about 100 people for the race. My team was in the last heat so we had a blast watching and laughing at the first few groups, here’s why
The first heat of roughly 100 people or so were at the big blow up start line. If you’ve done a race you know it’s cramped, you’re shoulder to shoulder with people and when they sound the horn or gun to go, it is a very slow start as everyone tries to start walking/running forward with no room. So what made this so funny you ask? Behind the start a few hundred meters back they had a cage of zombies. When the horn sounded, the zombies were let loose and SPRINTED up to those people who were at the back of the pack slowly shuffling towards the start. The zombies immediately started stealing 1/2 or maybe even all the flags. Seriously from all the zombie movies/walking dead I’ve watched I was not expecting Sprinting zombies, and I highly doubt the people who started the first heat were as well, since they screamed in terror like it was actually the apocalypse. Once the first heat was well underway they called the second heat, and you should have seen the people rush, push and squeeze up to the start line. Everyone who saw what had just happened to the first heat was determined not to be at the back of the pack. This continued through all the heats, even mine, the fifth heat, but we lucked out. There were no zombies left!
Overall it was a very fun race. My team lost all our flags. The zombies were just to quick for us and some of the flags fell off the belts by themselves but we all got a sweet medal.
I’ve also gone and seen a dietician ( nutritionist ?) whatever they want to be called. I am going to be trying to cut our more refined sugar, yeast, processed foods and on and on. I had to do a 5 day food log for my first meeting with her. For 3 of the 5 days I felt I ate pretty well the other 2 were slightly embarrassing, but after speaking with her I quickly realized just how addicted to sugar and carbs (BREAD) I am. These 2 things alone are whats making it so hard for me to lose more weight and toying with my skin/emotions/metabolism. So starting Monday I am to follow this new menu plan. I refuse to call it a diet because it is very similar to how I ate before just with a few tweaks and changes so that it is healthier.
Though I do feel like this situation may arise lol
I am going to eat 3 meals, and 3 snacks a day. I will post a day of my meals next week and let you all know how it’s going. I think the best part is my hubby is willing to eat the same meals as me, minus the fish and probably quinoa (substitute chicken and rice) so here’s to getting on track with my health!
Anyone doing anything to get on track with their health??