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|Subject: Re: Trip One||Date: 8/7/2012 6:22 PM|
|Author: VeeEnn||Number: 14957 of 15326|
Where there was a huge difference is humidity which I am totally not used to. I somehow thought training at altitude would help balance it and it didn’t...
I could've told you that.
I'm well used to training with humidity but during our mother-daughter trip across country pretty much exactly two years ago, me and baby had a dose of Denver altitude. We both realised you're only good for what it is you train for.
I am heavy – Rubenseque if you will(not sure if anyone who posts here has met me). There was judgment passed on what I could possibly do and no one believed I had trained for this trip. This was from leaders and participants.....
Well, I've given this trip a F- for this alone.
I'm not heavy at all, but I'm "old"......at least in the eyes of some folk (it's me diamond jubilee b-day come September)
Can I ask....is this the group who mentioned that they had folk who graduated to their trip directly from SPINNING classes?
A Pox on them.
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