"He's soft and he's fat and he's wearing my cloths and he was born on my birthday
and he's getting too old and I'm afraid if I stop running, he'll catch up with me."
- Nike motivational poster

May 2018

- 30 minutes of some form of exercise 5 days a week
- Beginner Yoga
- Core strengthening & conditioning
- Kettelbell workouts
- Slow movement hikes
- Natural movement workouts
- Olympic Lifts (adjust loads as needed)
- Sand bag training
- Play different sports (cycle, kayak, hike, snowshoe, etc,)
- Sprint workouts

May Workouts

Days This Month: 31
Some form of exercise: 2 of 13 days
Exercise hours: 2.0
Beginner Yoga hours: 0.0
Hiking/Climbing miles: 0.5
Paddling miles: 0.0
Cycling miles: 0.0

5/13 - Natural Movement Workout
5/12 - Hike/Clover Springs

Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Location: Lassen National Park

Actual: 2/11 - 2/13
Workout: General
Hike into Ishi Wilderness
With Tom S. and Kevin H. From the High Tressel trail head out of Paynes Creek, CA, we hiked down to and along the North Fork of Antelope Creek to the confluence of Round Mountain creek. We crossed there and hike up RMC a few miles to our first camp.

On day two we climbed up to Indian Ridge and a trekked to the official Ishi Wilderness boundary. Back down Indian ridge to our second camp, then back out on day three.

Approx Hiking Hours: 20:00:00
Approx. Hiking Miles: 15.0

Kevin and Tom at the trail head.

The hike down to the North Fork of Antelope Creek.

Along NF Antelope Creek.

Kevin at the first crossing before heading up Round Mountain canyon.

The second morning at our first camp.

Sunrise on Indian ridge.

Kevin repacks after the only crossing on day two.

The climb up to Indian ridge.

Looking South along Indian Ridge.

Sunrise at our second camp. Looking North.

Kevin strolls down Indian Ridge late morning on day three.

Tom and Kevin get our exact location before the bushwhack down to Antelope Creek on day three.

On the hike out.

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