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Re: Michaël's journal

#331 Postby mrbear666 » Sat Oct 26, 2013 8:03 am

getting the miles in there pal! hows the weather with u at themoment? running friendly? :D
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#332 Postby Michaël » Fri Nov 01, 2013 5:52 am

First and foremost have a good World Vegan Day everybody!

Tuesday evening 9K after work run. This morning another 9K run fresh out of bed.

mrbear666 wrote:getting the miles in there pal! hows the weather with u at themoment? running friendly? :D

Hi Mike, the weather here is typically autumn weather. some rainy,chilly,windy days and then a cloudy day. temperatures are good to run actually. for some reason the days i plan to go running are the cloudy ones and not the rainy,windy ones :) see how long that will last :)
Running friendly i don't really understand :?
This month i have 2 hardcore gigs on the bill. On with Paris' Kickback, Brussels' Length of Time and Arkangel and the other one is Amen Ra. Looking forward to those.

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#333 Postby Michaël » Sun Nov 03, 2013 4:58 am

Another 9K after waking up. Good times.
Big bowl of oats with almond, coconutmilk and a spinach, orange, lemon, banana smoothie afterwards.
During running i really think about that delicious foods and drinks after my run.

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#334 Postby Michaël » Wed Nov 06, 2013 12:30 pm

9K run in the pouring rain. it felt great, it's not cold outside, about 10°C.
i bought 2kg soy/wheat protein with haselnut taste but it has a chemical aftertaste. i can't really place the taste as bad haselnut taste or as a chemical aftertaste :-?
i'm looking for the Vega products in Belgium but can't seem to get them here. i can probably order them online but with the shipping and tax cost it becomes too expensive for me. with the free gifts you could earn on the forum here a while ago i got them but had to pay €27 on taks.
i'll keep searching anyway.

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#335 Postby mrbear666 » Wed Nov 06, 2013 1:02 pm

hey michael, have you tried some of the uk shops? ive noticed some of them have a bar where you can select which country your in so im assuming they send to europe? http://www.predatornutrition.com/en/del ... formation/ have a look at this page, there one of the main uk sites, says a bit about delivery to europe down the page
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#336 Postby Michaël » Fri Nov 08, 2013 1:01 pm

Thanks for the info Mike i'll surely check it out.
Another 9K run on the counter.

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#337 Postby Michaël » Mon Nov 11, 2013 6:54 am

Another 9K after waking up.

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#338 Postby Michaël » Wed Nov 13, 2013 12:59 pm

9K run after work.

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#339 Postby Michaël » Fri Nov 15, 2013 12:28 pm

Another 9K after work.

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#340 Postby Michaël » Mon Nov 18, 2013 2:05 pm

Sunday early morning chilly 9K.

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#341 Postby Michaël » Wed Nov 20, 2013 12:13 pm

Cold, windy, rainy 9K after work. Felt really good :)

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#342 Postby mrbear666 » Wed Nov 20, 2013 5:31 pm

are planning on doing any running events/races michael? :D
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#343 Postby Michaël » Sun Nov 24, 2013 1:13 pm

9K yesterday evening and 9K this evening. now a big plate with lots of spinach and mashed potatoes.
i have no immediate plans of running a race Mike, maybe next year in spring :) who knows :)
i just enjoy running outdoors for the moment and pushing my own limits. i'm not really competition minded either.

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#344 Postby Michaël » Sun Dec 01, 2013 7:41 am

9K 2 evenings in a row last week and this morning about 10K with 10 times uphill/downhill run. from starting point to the top is about 400m and goes from 0 to 53m above sea level.
yesterday my girlfriend, me and my mom went to a city to go eat at our favourite restaurant for lunch and take dinner at a very good indian restaurant and visit a Christmas market in between.
now i had a Yorkshire terrier for 16 years and my girlfriend and i had a Dobberman pincher for 17 years. we really love dogs and had two little ones for years and they been trough a lot with us during that life period.
what i want to say is it really makes me sad to see how dumb people can be by taking their little dogs with them (on a leish) to a city on a Saturday afternoon (any day really). these little dogs get kicked, stumped, getting feet of humans on their little feet and so on. so when i saw i Yorkshire yesterday (twice on different places in the city and on the Christmas market) i became sad. Very hard for me to keep positive on those moments.
this was just something i have to get off my heart.

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#345 Postby Michaël » Sat Dec 07, 2013 3:18 am

yesterday evening finished the workweek with a 9K. took the week off from running because i didn't felt that great, it was like a flue feeling roaming in my body, feeling weak, cold and muscles that hurt. yesterday i felt better and took the chance to have another run not feeling 100% yet but it turned out good not great. ths morning i feel a little bit sore which i hadn't the past weeks of running. for breakfast big bowl of oats with almond milk, 20g protein shake and a banana. might go to Brussels today to meet a friend and stroll trough the city.
have a nice weekend everybody.
End addiction today!


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