In which our hero seeks to break the world record for the 24-hour inline skating time trial, and along the way expresses certain thoughts of the type that wander through a brain whose owner spends too much time skating alone.
Thursday, January 29, 2009
To the gym for leg strength, core strength, and balance exercises. Ho-hum. I saw three employees from my neighborhood Safeway working out. Maybe they will bag my groceries extra-fast next time with their enhanced muscles. Time 2:00.
I am a 35-year-old accounts receivable clerk from Denver who in 2010 intends to break the world record for the 24-hour inline skating time trial. The current mark stands at 337.773 miles, set by Mauro Guenci of Italy in 2004. I have skated 267 miles and 315 miles in two previous 24-hour races. When I'm not skating or otherwise training, I enjoy eating and sleeping.