Thursday, August 06, 2009


Don't let what you cannot do interfere with what you can do. John Wooden
This is a picture of some of my students in my "Get Fit" class I teach on Wednesdays at Whole Foods. It has gotten so popular I will be teaching a second class on Tuesdays. We basically do a 30-45 min. workout then I do a topic discussion about food, supplements or other products we sale at Whole Foods. Class is from 6-7 on those nights.

I was breaking in my new shoes for Headlands when I was in Sierra Madre. These are the Mizuno wave rider assents I've been wearing this model for a couple years, I go back and forth between these and Adidas adizero. I have still not found that perfect shoe. I have a couple pairs of Inov8s. I'm thinking of trying the Montrail streaks next.
Ok the count down has begun. Tomorrow is Headlands Hundred. I would so appreciate it if you all sent me some positive vibes tomorrow, and Sunday. It should be a fun race.
I have my room-mate Fast Jerry pacing the last 25 so he will get my booty to the finish.
Well I'm off to work, enjoy your weekend doing something fun and outdoors.


Becca said...

Consider this my good vibes coming your way! I've been following your blog for some time. i love the beautiful pictures and inspirational sayings. Good luck with your run! I'm sure you'll be great and I look forward to seeing your pics!!

Ultra "Slow" Matt said...

Go for it ! Catra you know you can do it. I have faith in you and i know you will give it all you can.

Ultra "Slow" Matt said...

Go Catra Go. Good luck and hope you finish well and if not i hope you keep healthy and well.

robert.blair said...


I hope your Headlands 100 run went well and as you wanted it to.

I had a nice chat with Andy Kumeda after we both completed Mt. Disappointment on Saturday.

I think we were both glad the race was a little milder in temperature than it could have been.

He's a great guy and I am glad you have found a good one.

Had I read your post a few days ago I would have definitely sent you good vibes during Headlands. Take care.