The weather here has been great rather than sweltering. Cool mornings, dry air. My neighbors are back and so my forays into my backyard hammock with enema bag in tow may be limited.
This morning, a nice 5K run awaits me with temperatures in the 60's. And when I come back...a nice warm coffee enema, just because I can.
Post Run Comments
We had a good crowd this morning. The temperature was 70°F at the start of the run. My strategy was simple: run as fast as I can. No, not really. Run the first mile at a strong but comfortable pace and then use the last two-thirds of the course to run intervals. Interval running gets pretty intense. The training plan for the marathon in Athens, Greece is coming along.
This morning was a good run with a 9:30 mile (constant pace) and a "sprint interval" that ranged from 6:54/ mile to 8:15/mile. But it was also an example of why a pre-race/run enema can be a good thing. Prior to driving the run site, I had my morning cup of coffee and a bowel movement to empty my rectum. But while I was running, the remnants in my colon became a bit of a distraction as I ran the miles. I had thought about a pre-race enema but had fallen asleep early and by the time I awoke, I deemed it too late.
It was nice to drive home with the convertible top down to evaporate some of my sweat. When I returned home, it was nice to strip out of my sweaty running clothes. There were two quarts of warm coffee waiting for me. After pouring the coffee ino one of my smaller bags, I slid my Vixen inflatable plug in along with the curved nozzle and inflated the plug partially. I let the warm coffee flow in (I had to stop a couple of times to allow the coffee to work its way up into my colon). I did take part of the enema on my hands and knees in order to get it all in. Once the bag was emptied, I pulled the nozzle and inflated the plug the rest of the way and "held on."
Nicely emptied and satisfied with my run, I'm off to other things today.