I didn't die, and it wasn't the worst thing in the world either.
After running the 11.29 min mile, I would have to say it at least helped me to push through and run the 3 minute intervals, because I had to have 'run' for 5 minutes at least once, I mean, when I did the TC1Mile last week, I didn't stop running until I had hit the 1/2 mile marker.
I am a little apprehensive of the camping as well, mainly because, well, it is all picnic food! Pasta salads, creamy salads in general, chips, crackers, candy, bacon, eggs, pancakes, buns, you know, the tasty stuff that I have a hard time saying no to!
I am hoping to bring a fair amount of veggies, fruit, and of course meat choices - chicken, steak, and skipping hot dog night. Well, that's the other thing, no one plans anything with this camping crew (the Hubster's family and close family friends).
There will be 8-10 children, depending on if his brother's 1st child from another lady comes, and if all the people make the outing too. That is a lot of kids, and one brother, is notorious for not having enough food (in general) to feed his family. At home they must eat like birds, but when in front of others, all bets are off.
What do you do to try to plan ahead for food/exercise challenges?.
P.S. If you are interested in signing up for the Virtual 5K Challenge - go to KTJ's Post, maybe she will let us in even though it might be 'closed'.