I could not make it through a 10k session yesterday without emptying bladder, in spite of what I said in the previous entry. I guess I'll just keep working at that; a tolerance will surely come in time, just as my muscles readjusted to the increased mileage and toenails to the abuse of pounding.
So that I don't make it sound like running is not a good thing for the body...
WHY DO I RUN? 'TAIN'T NO MYSTERY--
WANNA HAVE A GOOD MEDICAL HISTORY,
DOCTOR TOLD ME RUNNIN IS GREAT--
HELPS THEM BLOOD CELLS CIRCULATE,
GREAT FOR THE LUNGS,
GREAT FOR THE TICKER,
CAN'T NOTHIN' GETCHA
IN BETTER SHAPE QUICKER,
FEELS SO HEALTHY, FEELS SO SWEET,
PUMPIN MY ARMS AND FLAPPIN' MY FEET,
MOLDIN' MY MUSCLES, FIRMIN' MY FORM,
PANTIN' LIKE A PACK MULE,
SWEATIN' UP A STORM,
KEEPS ME YOUTHFUL,
KEEPS ME LOOSE,
TIGHTENS MY TUMMY
AND SHRINKS MY CABOOSE,
BEATS BEIN' LAZY--
WHY DO I RUN? MAYBE I'M CRAZY!
~ Ed Cummingham: http://www.fdlrc.com/nov01.html#Why