So I came across a fellow Triathlete Bree who I was impressed by her get up and go attitude then i realized she was from Kodiak Alaska. I lived there back in the early eighties and my brothers and I have very fond memories of living on that island. dancing with hot girls at the community center ( well were both only 13 years old but the memories live), camping where we could run into real bears. Fishing down the street in rivers for salmon and the ocean for other fish. The complete;y unregulated fireworks rules in Alaska and of course that oil kicker check we got to buy super sweet BMX bikes ( I bought a nice redline BMX) There was also this kid in my class that told me about this up and coming sport called "mountain biking" and he had some weird BMX hybrid with knobby tires and rode through trails near his house..................what a whack job I thought, If only I would have seen where that was going years later.
So Bree's talking about this salmon jerky that her husband makes and I ask if it is healthy and a good snack for triathlon and she sends me a few samples.................YUMMMMMMY. The teriyaki is sweet. I plan on throwing a few of these in my jersey pocket on my next long ride. I used it as my snack after my KMA yesterday and it hit the spot.
You can get it online here but I wish I could buy it at the store local. Someday.
Here is my challenge to myself and others this weekend:
1 mile Run
1 mile Run
Partition the pull-ups, push-ups, and squats as needed. Start and finish with a mile run.