Originally Posted by nycmtber
I think I managed 2 or 3 in the last few weeks....it's off season from racing so I have to indulge! Going for something decadent and beefy here in a bit from the butcher shop in chelsea market near where I work!
Yes, a one pound prime rib-eye on the grill with fresh sourdough French bread and lot's of butter (no veggies) should fix that decadent need. What, no upcoming October 10K's or Halves? I already have a Costco, prime rib-eye in the freezer but it's going be a reward for dropping six pounds; strict 1,500 cal eating until then.
I'm out of running as I tore the right Achilles tendon sprinting a light and will reconsider upon healing and additional weight loss to take stress off the the tendon. Getting old and the tendons can't take the stress. Boo-hoo.
One of my favorite last half mile songs: Queen; "Body Language."
It's the last half mile of an hours worth of effort, nice and relaxed, feet on the pavement, thump, thump, thump, thump, no cares in the world, just the music and the last half mile. I was an in-your-ear kind of runner. Keep your eyes on a swivel and pound out the miles as there's no reality; just music and the pavement ahead. Have you considered these outdoor speakers to match your wife's decorating requirements?
You can tone the black grill covers down with a very light dusting of spray paint. Very modern, very metropolitan. My guess, high WAF but I can't say about sound quality as you may need extra amplification due to what I consider to be poor speaker efficiency at the four meter listening position. This coupled with the 4 ohm amplifier speaker rating, I would recommend adding an Emotiva, XPA-5
to get you where you're wanting to go.