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... or something. Everything felt heavier. Damn.
On the bright side I didn't gain 20 pounds. Turns out I actually lost 2 pounds! Ah so the magic to weight loss is to eat your ass off and not work out. Ah I joke...*sob*...remember muscle is heavier than fat...so I guess my muscle loss to fat gain ratio was slightly above 1.
Time for the long journey back to fitness...
Peace and Protein Shakes,
... run the last 400 m and do the whole mile...which I did...barely. "Oh Tom, how hard was it on a scale of 1-10?" Well let's just say it was difficult enough where I had to use that red emergency stop thing. Didn't even occur to me there was a stop button...I just wanted that thing to stop moving ASAP.
Of course with all physical conditioning tests you need a visual (not to mention every blog needs a little ...
... an hour after eating dinner wasn't such a good idea. At this very moment, I'm fighting back the urge to puke. On the bright side I was able to convince my equally not as hungry friends, Connor and Kevin, to also get meals and shakes with me. Now I won't be the only one with heart problems. Three cheers to peer pressure! Peace and Milkshakes, Tom ...
Hello Good People, Tom (Xinyuan) Zhang here and welcome to my blog! I will be studying abroad in the fall so I might as well keep track of things. "Where are you studying abroad?" you might ask. Beijing! But wait...I know what you're thinking "aren't you Chinese?" Yes...why yes I am. "so why are you studying...inbroad?" I'll answer that and many other questions in ...
... outside on their balcony overlooking Erie. Great deal!
Next stop: Kalamazoo, Michigan. Another easy drive, and a shorter one too, being only 5 hours. The city is sparse and somewhat small compared to those on the east coast, but well populated. Why Kalamazoo? Bell's Brewery. The brewery has a general store in town where they sell their own beer, as well as ingredients for home brewing and fun souvenirs. Next door is the Eccentric Cafe, which is ...