I’ve done 50 km of running since the year started. One fifth of my 250 km goal for this year. I need to average 6 km per week. Current pace is just under 6 mins per km. I will join my city’s company run at the end of next month and will try to get as close to the 5 min mark as possible.
Crap. Injured self and didn’t run for a month. Slacked off and still at 190.
Doing pretty well, my step size was too big, have shortened it and will have to keep rest for a week, after that I should be rocking about again!
Over the weekend I somehow bounced up three pounds again it seems…
I will just continue and hope it was just some weird constipation problem or something…
I feel ya’. I have two days off starting tonight. The temptation to BEER instead of a glass or two or red wine is great. Beer is bad for weight loss though. Wine is definitely better.
Ehhh… no. Calories-wise wine is double the amount of regular beer.
…I’ll have to check the stuff y’all Americans are calling “beer” though, not sure about that. But a good Tannenzäpfle Pilsener has around 50kcal/100ml while wine has about 80-90kcal per 100ml
Also I drink half a crate of beer every week these days, that might be related to my weight gain…
uh… for us non-euros… how many beers in a crate? LOL Crates over here are pretty big!
24 beers in a single crate. I think about 330ml per beer.
That’s called a 2-4. Because there are 24. Geez guys.
It isn’t the calories, it is the quantity. I tend to sip wine…might be happy at two glasses in an evening. Whereas beer - I can easily drink a six pack. So roughly 150 cal x 6 = 900 cal
…wheras three 5 oz. glasses of wine is roughly 122 x 3 = 366 cal. (that is about half a bottle…which is probably about right for an evening…maybe a bottle in a half if we are watching a good movie…)
I see the problem here, Beach
“Might be happy at two glasses in an evening.”
three 5oz glasses
We call it a crate. Because it’s a crate…
Speaking of beer, this is what I worked on for 4 days last week. Before you is the brew house, where filtered water, grain, hops, and other ingredients of a recipe are worked up before being sent to the 10 large uni-tanks (roughly 945 US gallons each) for fermentation and chilling. We are about 2 weeks from brewing and probably 3 to 4 from opening doors. I can say emphatically and am living proof, that drinking a lot of high gravity craft beer is not good for middle aged man’s waist line. Must add mileage
Well fine. If you’re actually gonna crate them.
Why else do you think we call it a crate of beer?! because we use convenient 55gal barrels?!
A good bourbon, neat or on the rocks, at roughly 60 calories per 1 oz shot (schuz) is a fairly good return for caloric investment in taste and relaxation qualities, IMO. Savored thusly, you can just squeeze the edge of a rocks glass under the nose indentation on your Oculus Rift too.
Whoa, hey, whoa! It’s 2017, not 1998! The craft brew scene in America is established and booming!
And here you will scare away any German
I’m not sure if we are still on topic.
BTW, in Berlin our crates are 24 x 0.5 l
Just checked, our bottles are 250ml so half of the german size.