Monday 1st June 2015

*44 days until the race*

18,201m 1:30:00 (NOMAN Ibiza to Barcelona, rowing session 3)

1000m 21:00 (Noman Ibiza to Barcelona, swim session 3)

It took about 20 minutes for my body to settle into today’s rowing effort but once I got going it felt like a decent session in the saddle. It was far less uncomfortable than both previous attempts and faster too! I stopped for sips of water every half hour and during one water stop took the time to adjust my position on the seat.

Two things that I found particularly distracting were a girl on the running machine in my eye line who had an extremely awkward and inefficient gait – I just wanted a PT or someone to go over and give some advice! The other thing was a guy he spent 15 minutes or so jogging at a fairly decent clip…backwards?!

Distance: 18,201m
Pace: 2:28/500m average
Strokes: 24s/m
Resistance: 10/10

Anyway, after the row I decided to hit the pool for a cool down swim. I did plan to go for a half hour but my legs started to cramp a little just before I hit the 1000m mark so I called it a day – clearly my body desired food, water and a bit of downtime.

I hope the week has got off to a good start for everyone! I’m getting excited about mid-week already – I cannot wait to get on the race boat and do some rowing on the Thames…

Peace Out x

 NOMAN raises awareness about the Human Papillomavirus (HPV) related cancer epidemic in men and women, and campaigns for universal HPV vaccination, while challenging participants to extreme endurance races across the world.

NOMAN raises awareness about the Human Papillomavirus (HPV) related cancer epidemic in men and women, and campaigns for universal HPV vaccination, while challenging participants to extreme endurance races across the world.

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