My fellow Americans,
In these first hundred days of my (4HB) administration, I have fulfilled many of the promises I made to you during the campaign. True, there have been missteps, as happens in any real life situation, but overall, I trust that you are happy with my
rule dictatorship reign benevolent intentions toward all.
Some of the things that remain to be accomplished include:
- finding the single-dose magic pill which will void the need for all future exercise and caloric restrictions, and . . .
Well, heck, I guess that’s about all we have left to do, right?*
In these first hundred days we have reached great heights together. We have fought together in Valhalla; we have crested Mt. Olympus; we have soared through the roseate skies of Alpha Centauri 12; we have . . . er, sorry . . . wrong list.
(Mutter mutter stupid TelePrompTer mutter mutter)
Anyway, what was I saying? Oh yes, we have done many great things.
So far, we have explored the fringes of the 4 Hour Body program, testing its resiliency, plumbing its depths. Experiments which we have performed include:
- Free Meals v. Free Days
- Taking Cissus with every meal for a week
- Not taking Cissus at all
- Eating a 4HB friendly breakfast
- Eating a protein powder-only breakfast
- Doing only the Perfect Posterior exercises
- Switching to Occam’s Protocol
- Experimenting with Occam’s Protocol
- Participated in
onetwo (as of this morning) mud runs
I believe in us. I hope for us. I know we can change.
Together we can build a better, stronger, healthier
Good night and God Bless!
(President?) New John
I finished my fourth mud run this morning, 6.2 miles, 25-30 obstacles:
Time – ≈1:37:30; pace – ≈15.43; place – TBD (overall runners), TBD (men only)
I do know that I came finished in the top 20 or so finish in my heat (9 AM Sun). =D
Same race in Nov:
Time – 1:51:37; pace – 17:56; place – 511/1337 (overall runners), 346/681 (men only)
I like that I improved my pace by more than 2 min/mile and beat my time by about 14 minutes. Even better, I walked less than a 1/4 mile in the whole race.
Here’s an approximate map of my run.
Pictures to follow.
Tomorrow’s post will be tips for competing in mud runs. =)
Breakfast: double whey protein shake in water before my mud run, kombucha, AGG
Lunch: sausage onna stick (at the race), 2 slices of salami, 3 french fries at McDonald’s, two Diet A&M root beers, Cissus, AGG
Dinner:Big Free Meal at Romano’s Macaroni Grill. Create Your Own Pasta with spaghetti, arrabbiata (spicy tomato) sauce mixed with their garlic cream sauce, and a double helping of meatballs (6) of which my 22-month-old ate three of them!
When we got home, I had some Safeway Select French Salted Caramel Ice Cream, some Ben & Jerry’s New York Super Fudge Chunk ice cream, a banana, and some Cheerios.
Try this folks, it rocks: take a banana, push the end into some Cheerios until a few stick, take the bite of banana & Cheerios and follow with a bit of chocolate ice cream.
My wife called it the Toddler Split because it has all the stuff a kid likes (if the ice cream = chocolate milk). =)