Tuesday: 7m 2 x 2 tempo (2miles @ 7:03/pace, 2 @ 6:58 – one mile warm up, one mile recovery in between, and 1 cool down), 3000m row.
Wednesday: 4 Rounds, 25 Pull Ups (assist machine) and 1m easy 8:40/pace (total 100 pull ups, 4 miles)
Thursday: 5.5m intervals 8 x 400s ( 2 @ 5:52/pace, 2 @ 5:45, 2 @ 5:39, 2 @ 5:37)
Time for something short and sweet as I head out to LA this weekend to visit my seeessster. I want everyone out there to see the painful process of having other people take your pictures. Let’s face it. We live in a very selfie society. You know your angles, lighting, best sides, serious face, happy face, laughing-but-not-crazy-laughing face, hardcore gym face.. sometimes when you ask others to take a picture, things don’t turn out the way you hope.
The story begins when I asked Cameron to take a picture so I could send it to one of my clients because we were eating at their favorite restaurant and drinking their favorite margaritas. The margaritas I always tell them to “earn” when we train hard on Fridays…
Cameron: Your eyes were closed
Cori: ah! okay take another one.
Cameron: hahah Your eyes are crazy wide
Cori: let me see— OH my. Take another one
Cameron: You were talking to me the whole time I was trying to take it
Cori: please, just take one more
Cameron: There you look good
Cori: Eh, that’s fine. :/ Do I always look that tired?
I hope this post made you smile and laugh. Blogging is a tough life. For every photo, theres probably a dozen more just like it on our smartphones. One day we will delete them.. not really. We will just get a new phone. And probably pick up the Kim Kardashian book about how to take a good selfie. Clearly I need help.
Have a great Thursday everyone! I’m squeezing my long run in tomorrow morning so I don’t have to worry about it over the short weekend trip :)
Do you like taking pics yourself or having someone else do the job?
Does anyone have one of those weird selfie sticks?