I know that you’re reading this because you care. Because you care, I care. We all care. What do we care about? We care about victory. There simply isn’t much but that. To achieve victory, I spiritually adhere to the Grid Licking method.
I am president of my regional chapter of Leisure Class Heroes, and I lead by example within my Grid. My ego sips wattage like it’s shade-grown Sumatran, which my legs generously produce just as an amenity of victorship. I am preparing for domination and will accept nothing less than total and complete egomaniacal exclusivity whilst in the process. Observe life within the Grid, and the ways it can be manipulated and maneouvred through. (*black and white photo treatment app courtesy of JVA. It helps weekend group ride clowns who aren’t living the vida see that we are serious about carb/protein ratios and wattage output. It’s just helpful.)
The first to the job gets to leave at 2:30 for Sprinterval™ training.
Later, cubelickers. Time to hit the Grid.
My road straps can’t handle the wattage. They also can’t handle 10 years of chemical degeneration, but mostly, they can’t handle the wattage.
Top tube pads should be made of 1 thing: vomit. Errbody else is fronting. Grid session 1.1 complete.
I kicked off grid session 1.2 by going inside my mind in a sensory reparations chamber, to be dropped off at a vector <10, >40 kilometres from this morning’s #occupydesk demonstration.
A marketing collateral barnstorming session jumped off all sharp.
Then it got salient and a little bit sullen. Marketing campaigns are tricky. You have to stay liquid, and you need to really hear your clients.
Then it turned back a couple of pages to revel in what will be the next hot DC single, dropping in mere days.
If you don’t stretch, you’re not fooling any passersby into believing in your prowess — plain and simple. My training mottos are Stretch Before You Wretch©, and Watts Up© (i say that one before I flip the lid on the volume can and dial up a Sprinterval™).
Look alive. It’s Traincing® season. The Grid Awaits.by