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Thursday, April 14, 2011

Lesson Learned Today

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Do not eat Lays potato chips while running.  They may be simple, but they are definitely not advised.

Despite my ill attempt at getting enough salt in me, I did manage to finish 7.77 miles today.

15 comments:

Christi said...

Good to know! Thanks for sharing.

Aimee said...

Oh boy, I think I would have thrown up if I ate those during a run!! Good job with the 7.77 miles though!

Jim ... 50after40 said...

Ah yes ... my kind of race fuel!

ajh said...

Love that you tried to eat chips while running!

Beth said...

Well, that sure is some good advice. Pointy foods and running really don't go well together. I'm glad you didn't opt for Doritos or there may have been an emergency! :)

MomRunningFromCancer said...

thanks for the tip! Too funny - what in the world made you eat Lays Potato chips WHILE running. As you said - you were trying to get enough salt - next time I need salt I won't try chips!

Great 7.77 miles . . . lucky 7.

Zaneta said...

haha... thanks for the tip!

I dont think eating those while running ever crossed my mind lol ;)

Liz said...

Good for carbs and salt, not great for hydration...

Stephanie Nichole said...

Hey!!! You were on tv in Albany :) They did a short story on me and since I"m not there pulled pictures from my website. The one of the 2 of us is the first one in the slide.
http://www.fox23news.com/mediacenter/local.aspx Look at the "Local sports videos"... "Stephanie Arango Keeps Running"

Darlene said...

How do you carry them??

Black Knight said...

Thank you for the tip! During my runs I never eat something I haven't tried before: lesson learned 20 years ago.

Penny said...

I dont thing I would choose chips as a fuel food. But at least you tried something different. Way to go on that 7.77 miles.

Karen said...

LOL I wouldn't have ever thought of Lays chips. Sounds like it made for an interesting run!! :0)

coach dion said...

I've never thought about running with a bag of chips, maybe i should try it next time I take to the mountain... (I have been known to take a beer with me.)

Jill said...

Hahah....excellent advice!