Southern Inyo Double Double Century
I’ve trained hard and lost 10 pounds of body fat, feel great, and I’m ready for my first double century. So while I’m registered for the Southern Inyo Double Double Century (double century on Saturday and another double century on Sunday), I have my doubts as to that 2nd double on Sunday... I feel almost nauseated thinking about it. And yet...
The litmus test for me will be literally whether I can eat on Saturday night: I’ve finished doubles where my stomach is so upset that 3 AM sardines were all I could manage. I can’t fathom doing a 2nd double on Sunday without my stomach accepting a steady supply of nutrients from Saturday evening until 4 AM on Sunday morning.
The projected 30 mph SW winds on Saturday along with my soloist approach (no drafting) means that Saturday could be a sore trial for my first double of the year.
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