|New reading material!|Nineteen Minutes, Jodi Picoult(finished 3-05-13) Custom Nation, Anthony Flynn and Emily Flynn Vencat(finished 3-17-13)
- The Bible (currently reading Psalms and Matthew)
Through My Eyes, Tim Tebow with Nathan Whitaker(finished 5-17-13)
- Microsoft Manual of Style, 4th Edition, Microsoft Corporation (currently reading)
- The Associated Press Stylebook and Briefing on Media Law, The Associated Press
The Winner's Brain, Jeff Brown and Mark Fenske with Liz Neporent(finished 6-15-13) Mind Gym, Gary Mack with David Casstevens(finished 4-15-13) As Good As Gold, Kathryn Bertine and Katherine Switzer(finished in October)
- Moments of Truth, John MacArthur (year-long devotional)
The Truth About the Lordship of Christ, John MacArthur(finished) Firehouse, David Halberstam(finished 6-20-13) The Penny, Joyce Meyer and Deborah Bedford(finished 6-23-13) How to Be a Best Friend Forever, John Townsend(finished) How to Get a Date Worth Keeping, Henry Cloud(finished 9-5-13) The Guide to Healthy, Pain-Free Shoulders, Will Roberts(finished 12-30-13) Love by the Letter, Melissa Jagears(finished 12-29-13) What The Fox Learnt, Aesop(finished 12-28-13)
For the next 4 weeks at Endeavor Performance we are focusing on strength and power. Basically getting better on hills. This is my favorite and least favorite series. Tuesday's workout was GREAT. Surprisingly. I wasn't looking forward to it, but I felt like I rode well (100 times better than last week, so definitely a success). I still have a lot of work to do on these hill-like workouts, though.
Tuesday: worked between 165 and 181 bpm; rested between 135 and 158 bpm; sprinted to 701W
Wednesday I spent a lot of time at the computer and except for doing 58 push ups and a few other little things, my only workout was 40 minutes on the step mill. But it was the cardio that I needed and wanted, so it was a good workout.
Thursday: worked between 165 and 184 bpm; rested between 140 and 161 bpm; sprinted to 696W
What are you currently reading?
What's on your 2013 reading list?