Hidey ho everybody,
I know what you're all thinking, "but Ryan with your will and determination, anything is possible." I know, and I agree... But even I have to admit this challenge will be the most difficult. So bringing this back to a general topic for the public.
I think Shutterfly's comment is great for marathon training, but also important to remember in everything. Figure out the pace that works for you. I think that is a good general way to approach challenges.
Well... aside from my "deep thoughts by Jack Handey". Its workout day again and i am ready to go. I am actually thinking about utilizing the great weather of Philly. I decided to stay indoors and work on my bike and swim and treadmill exercises, but since the temp is in the 40's and 50's. I might shoot home, get dressed, and hit the "Rocky stairs" in front of the Philly museum to meet up with the Philly Runners Club.
The PRC runs along the Schuykill (Skoo-kill) River... looks a lot like the charles in boston. Hopefully I can catch those guys and girls and then hit the house for some push ups and situps and lunges. I am all kinds of fired up to get back out there... and you know why. Because its Tuuueeessdaaay.