Re: Impossibility Challenger Games in Germany
- View SourceCongratulations. I have tremendous admiration for impossibility
challengers. I sometimes have to work all night and think I might try
a 'reading-poems-without-a-break-for-as-many-days-and-nights-as-possible- if such a challenge is registrable!
I don't know when I'll get the regular life-style and discipline to
train for something great which requires physical strength but I am
trying to run a bit every day. It was part of my New Years Resolution.
Another of my resolutions was not to get disheartened if I break any
of my resolutions - and that is the one resolution I'm managing to keep!
When it comes to strength exercises I am getting good at pressups,
inspired by Mukti at the Circus last year. I do them when my computer
is busy doing something and try to do 27 before returning to the
keyboard. It's a bit 'from the sublime to the ridiculous' as they say
- to think of that when reading about your fantastic achievement - but
it might inspire some readers to get more joy and less stress from
working on the computer. I call it the 'Free Gym.' Does anyone else
have secret ways of gaining physical strength during ordinary
How long did it take for your legs to recover from your amazing
record? I hope they are ok now.
All the best with your future impossibility challenger events.
And again - congratulations!
- View SourceThank you. The real muscles pain comes after 2 days of extreme
exercise. I think it will last one week. I walk like robocop on flat
surface, on stairs I walk like I am 100 years old.
After normal exercise I have no or minimal muscles pain, because I
exercise more less regularly, but this was extreme.