Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Product Plethora


Exciting stuff coming up at Midwest Multisport Life, with reviews of Rokit Fuel, Hydrapak, Ink N Burn for the whole family, Flashbrites, Treksta Kisatchie II sandals, outdoor wear from the Columbia spring line, book reviews (Hell on 2 Wheels, Barefoot Running Step by Step), and more, so much more. One of the coolest things is that Laima is right there with me, and will be reviewing a lot of the same products from a female perspective (something I've never been able to perfect). So keep an eye on Women's Endurance Gear for lots of new reviews, along with her posts on fascinating minutia - seriously, I learn a ton every week and I live with her.

I'm so happy to have all this stuff to think about, because yesterday's training may have been one of the most excruciating episodes I've lived through - tongue in cheek, I imagine it's like being waterboarded - the sensation that you're going to die but you actually don't. There was literally maybe an hour's worth of training stretched out over 8 hours, and we still have today's session to go.

6 comments:

  1. There will be no reason for us to live
    But when we have nothing left to lose
    You will have nothing left to use
    We owe you nothing you have no control
    Merchandise keeps us in line
    Common sense says it's by design
    What could a businessman ever want more
    than to have us sucking in his store
    We owe you nothing
    You have no control
    You are not what you own

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  2. I
    Love
    The
    I'm
    Going
    To
    Die
    Feeling
    Personally.

    I feel it every time I see you've commented on my blog.

    And what the crap did p-funk eat for breakfast?

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  3. Funny - we're always trying to declutter - at least we're (usually) swapping out the old for new (and free:))

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  4. How do you keep everything so organized…mentally and physically? I have 4 kids, too, and I often can't remember what day it is let alone what's up ahead!

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  5. That training sounds like fun. Lucky you.

    Love EMZ's comment. For the record, I like your Commnets, you always bring it even though they are usually mean. Who knows, maybe I made a little fun in my latest post.

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  6. Ugh, training. Laima, feel free to pass some of the "old" down a few hours south! :)

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