My work is busy again which is draining my time and energy, so that when I get home I am not enthusiastically trawling the interweb for titbits of information. I am resting or relaxing in other ways.
But I am also changing in my outlook - less convinced of the alternative approaches and more open to the mainstream. The internet is full of misinformation, crazy theories, cults and covens - not just in the worlds of politics and religion, but health and fitness. I've watched amazingly nasty arguments arise among people intensely committed to certain diets or training protocols. First world problems indeed! Cherry picked studies, abstract fuelled bloggers conspiracy theorists.
As such I don't want to add to the misinformation.
I am still training, still walking in the mountains, but no longer searching for the holy grail in my training or diet. Patience, persistence, moderation, realistic expectations. They are not too glamorous, do not sell many ebooks, but in those qualities resides the truth.
|I am still training|