14th November – AM – 445 reps/27.39 cals/12:26 time ** / (1) 713 TTR (** take off at least 30 seconds to un-strap myself, run across the other side of the room, turn off my alarm, run back and strap myself in again)
14th November – PM – 460 reps/28.52 cals/12:34 time/(1) 1173 TTR
15th November – AM – 467 reps/28.95 cals/12:53 time/(1) 1640 TTR
15th November – PM – 466 reps/28.29 cals/12:19 time/(1) 2107 TTR
I was enlivened on this morning’s row by my recorded version of the Jon Richardson and Russell Howard Sunday show – especially hearing about purple boxers and rowing machines and organising drawers – did me no good at all I can tell you!
Hint to my Darling Hubby or random family and friend, I would love this T-shirt in white (unfortunately no purple option) ……..pretty please!
By the way, you can’t believe what a challenge a rowing session can be, especially when you are trying to direct the oldest child to his lunch and out the door, help the youngest do her homework, and send off your darling hubby with a nice warming snog – all of this without breaking your stroke on the machine, and trying to knock half a minute off your personal best – it’s achievable, but only with supreme timing.