Fresh veggies and super swimming
June 16, 2014
Happy Fresh Veggies Day! How many portions of veg do you eat every day? Five? Seven? Ten? …and, no, potatoes don’t count and neither does wine!!! Nutritionists agree that when it comes to fresh fruit and vegetables, most of us just aren’t getting enough. How about going vegetarian for a day to celebrate this event? (It’s also Fudge Day, but that’s not healthy, so I won’t dwell on it!) I’ve eaten plenty of fruit today, my lunch was a salad with plenty of veg and this evening I ate some delicious home-made veg bhuna.
I’d love to hear your favourite vegetarian recipes to celebrate this day.
This evening, I did another Tri Club swimming session. It felt like a tough session:
- 100m breaststroke warm up
- 25m sculling high hands
- 25m sculling medium hands
- 50m sculling wide hands
- 200m steady swim
- 300m steady swim
- 400m steady swim
- 400m fast swim (20 secs recovery)
- 300m fast swim (20 secs recovery)
- 25m breaststroke
- 25m backstroke
1850m in total
I’m seriously starting to panic about this weekend’s swim, but after I uploaded my Garmin data, I found an email from RunKeeper in my inbox:
I’m trying really hard, but swimming doesn’t come easily to me. I just hope that it’s good weather on Sunday, and that the sea is calm. I have no idea how sheltered the cove is, but I’ve just looked up the results for all of the events from the last two years and was really surprised to see that only 15-25 people participated in each event… and almost all of them completed it in under 45 minutes. Oh dear – what have I got myself into?!