On Monday, I went to GlenEagles for blood donation. After coming back to office, I felt very tired.
On Tuesday, woke up at 6.30 am in the morning and went to the basketball court and did my warm-up exercise. Then, just started my badminton footwork training. I think badminton is still my favorite hobby. A runner told me that I should focus only on running. But, I think I still love running, swimming and badminton all 3 together. I am not a greedy person, but, I can't stop myself from falling in love with all these exercise.
At 5.30 p.m. I left the office and rushed to Kg Pandan for sprint running exercise. This time, I learn the lesson. Arrived there early and quickly did my warm-up exercise. It was raining but at 6.30 pm, sharp, sprint training started. Unlike last Thursday, we went for more longer distance.
4 x 400 m
3 x 800 m
1 x 1200 m
1 x 1600 m <--
But, I missed the last 1600 m because I need to rush back for badminton in Stadium Juara. The coach didn't sound happy because I left earlier. He advised me not to go badminton because both running and badminton are hard exercise. He worried if I continue playing badminton after running, I might hit sport injuries. At 9.00 p.m. I reached Juara Stadium. The players already started the game. Without warm-up, just joined them for the game. Finished the game at 10.00 p.m. and went back home with a tired body.
Today later in the evening, I will go to Pantai Hill Park for swimming. Need to meet up Say Li also to get the Christmas concert tickets. Last Sunday, I swam at 3K swimming pool. I tried to do sprint swimming with a distance of 50m. But, I really can't take it. My heart beat was extremely fast, can't even breath at the ending line. So, just swam in a normal pace for 500m. Then, tried another few rounds of 50m swim. But, still can't take it. I think my muscle is still not strong enough for sprint swimming. Nowadays, spend time doing weight training, focusing more on back muscle. I think it will take 1 year for me before I can feel comfortable in sprint swimming. But, never mind, this motivate me to continue exercise :-)
--by Wan Lin