Martial Arts & Fitness

Overtrained

So, leave it to me to overtrain and get sick. I’ve had stomach problems for the past few days but it is getting better, slowly. I took yesterday off training and did a short workout this morning, which is hard for me to do, it’s like pulling teeth going this slow. Not to mention the downtime inbetween training, which is like watching paint dry on a wall, but it is all worth it in the end. :-)

There is something missing here in Thailand….OATMEAL.  I miss it, and I’m pretty sure Roy misses it as well.  Will someone come bring me a bowl at the airport once I get back?  I’ll bring you back a Poy-Sian Mark II if you do!

Tomorrow Roy and I are going to the TV 7 fights again here in Bangkok, luckily we aren’t going to be crammed into the stands like sardines.  Although I wouldn’t take back that experience, it makes for a great story. ;-)

Well, running low on minutes for the computer here….

Also, no more picture updates unless I get to a real computer, this computer is so old that it doesn’t even have a USB port for my camera!

Sawasdee, from Thailand
–Jonathan

3 Responses to Overtrained

  1. Sorry you don’t feel good. I hope you feel better!
    Heidi misses you. She woke up both me and Josh last night when she fell flat on the floor, twice in the middle of the night. I asked her if she was okay, and she looked embarrassed. She seems fine now, so I think that she was dreaming.

  2. Seth says:

    Sorry to hear about your stomach problems. Ironically it’s a couple posts after you said, “Almost every travel guide for Thailand advises against eating from the street vendors, especially here in Bangkok. I have to disagree…”

    I don’t buy into those quack remedies. Poy-Sian Mark II = placebo. Next you’re going to say Songchai Herbal Oil is amazing. :P

    I love oatmeal too. i put it in protein shakes.

  3. Jon says:

    Seth, the thing is, it’s the opposite of montezuma’s revenge. :) And those nasal inhalers are just nice to sniff, they are addicting.

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