700 meter row, 70 calorie Airdyne, 15 straight leg situps, 15 ring rows
repeat with 600 & 60, 500 & 50, 400 & 40, 300 & 30, 200 x 20
Got the bodyweight scale tonight and set it up. It looks really sweet.
Booked my tickets for the Grand Canyon Rim to Rim run in May. The stats are 21 miles, 4500 feet of decline and 5500 feet of climbing, which doesn't seem like a big deal to me (the TRT 50k is 33 miles and 6000 feet of climbing at an elevation above 8000 feet and I can do that in 6:45). But if you read the internet about this run, people make it sound like the Bataan Death March.
However, I don't see how it will take more than about 5 - 5 1/2 hours. Supposedly the climb out of the canyon ends with a 4.7 mile, 4000 foot climb which people say is like climbing stairs for 5 miles. But just last weekend our Peavine climb was 4 miles and 3000 feet of climbing and that took 1:15 and I wasn't trying that hard. George, I know you are reading this, how long does it take to go South rim to North rim for a dude like me?
These pictures are amazing.
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