Tuesday, August 25, 2009
First, need to measure my fitness level, or the lack of fitness.
1. Walk as fast as possible, 4 laps (1.6km) and time myself
2. Run 6 laps (2.4km) and time myself.
For my age, here should be the benchmark (from here)
Very poor : 15m41s
Poor : 14m30s - 15m40s
Fair : 13m15s - 14m29s
Good : 11m45s - 13m14s
Excellent : 9m31s - 11m44s
Superior : <9m30s
My guess, i will be at OMG very poor level, maybe 20minutes? Will update.
Monday, August 24, 2009
Friday, August 21, 2009
Wednesday, August 19, 2009
Read it from a blog. It happens to me.....
It seems noble to roll up your sleeves and pitch in to help out. It feels good. But if you continue to focus on production work at the expense of supervision work, you will fail. You will feel beat up and ineffective. As you are ineffective, you will get pummeled by customer demand, your boss and ultimately, your team will turn on you.
In the short term, you may get today's quota out the door. In the long term, you begin the death spiral.
Saturday, August 15, 2009
Solo ride this morning around Putrajaya outer ring. Saw 3 large group of RB.
Date : 15/August/2009
Ride time : 1hr 25m
Max HR : 168
Average HR : 149
Kcal : 1159
Distance : 37.8KM
average speed : 26.6km/h
Max speed : 47.5km/h
Average speed drop from last week. But this time with less rest time. and cadence maintain. I think can improve the average speed next week.
But 1155 calories burned....yes!!
Monday, August 10, 2009
Friday, August 7, 2009
Monday, August 3, 2009
To all TMnet user, instead of using the DNS server that provided by TMnet
184.108.40.206 & 220.127.116.11 (these IP addresses have some sentimental value to me),
please use the following instead. Get your next door 10 years old boy from neighbor to help you set it up
18.104.22.168 & 22.214.171.124
More secure, more stable, better performance and not subject to arbitrary censorship from the guys upstairs.
Lunch on sunday, wife made single pot chicken rice in rice cooker.
Found some brinjal in the fridge that was meant for brinjal pasta, but decided to make bhajji with it.
1. 1.5 cup dhal flour
2. 2 mid size brinjal (cut thinly)
3. 1 tea spoon chili powder (i used mild mexican chili powder)
4. A handful of flat leaf parsley (chopped)
5. Pinch of salt
6. Pinch of pepper
7. 1 cup of water
1. Heat peanut oil
2. Mixed all ingredient (except brinjal)
3. When oil are hot, dip brinjal slice into batter and fried till golden brown.