字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント It's 5 55 in the morning, the morning of the L A marathon. To be honest, my first thought was I don't want to do so. I'm not gonna do this. I'm a little more awake now. I woke up at 5 30 I'm a little more awake. I'm gonna do this. I just need to get ready and wake up a little more. I feel so horribly bloated, which I know is an okay thing, because I need to have all this nutrition in me, and I need to be able to have the energy and run it off. And I can't wait to actually get running because I just feel so bloated and gross, and I know that running will help take care of that. Here's my number. Oh, you want to see my outfit for today? You asked. Oh, okay, I'll show you. So I actually kind of have new shoes, which is like mistake number one for running a marathon. But when I bought the shoes, I actually had intended to train more than I did. And so I was planning to break them in more. Um, they're still kind of new. Anyway, I'm just getting ready. I have one pastry left from all the pastries that, um, Mark, thank you so much from all the stuff that we bought yesterday. I have one pastry left. I'm gonna have that. Probably at the start line. I'm gonna take some bananas with me, and right now, I'm just gonna finish getting ready to go waking up. Oh, hey. I just got to Dr Stadium, which is where the marathon starts. I got a Chris Johns and a banana that I need to eat soon, so I don't have to hold on to it. There are so many people here, like not behind me, but up the race. 24,000 people are running this race, so make sure I don't know. Wait, That's what I call the whole way. Hey, Mr most Data have a great race. We'll see at the finish line. No, for my l a Lakers love burgers. You are. I just want you. Nobody's ever had a thanks so much for your time. Go tell Booth. This one for free. Okay. Tomorrow five. I look like crazy filling. I'm feeling it already. Um, my legs were super tired already mild. Fine. I got so much to go, but we're working. It still so for her to go, But I feel pretty good. I'm doing a run. Walk? Um, just kind of walking when I feel it. Definitely walking up the hills. I don't need to run uphill. I don't want to kill myself that way. So far, so good. I'm almost at mile six. I think I feel a little twinge in my left ankle, which is the quote that had the bone spurs and that it wasn't all bone spurs. It was angle something bones first. So I'm just now starting to build a little twinge of pain. So take it easy. Yeah, Yeah. Wait, Mama. Set Mile 10 I think. Go real slow. Mostly walking a little bit of running. Both of my cabs are really strained, so I think either one or both is gonna be pulled by the time I'm done. But I'm still going. Still walking. I passed. Uh oh. Maybe an hour ago. A couple hours ago, I passed the seven our pace group, so at least I'll finish under seven hours. I have no idea what kind of time frame right now. I'm just focusing on keeping going. This is not very fun right now. I've had a couple of pieces of licorice I had this morning. I had the Cristante banana. I had been drinking the Gatorade, even though it was a lot of sugar. But the best thing I'm having so far, his pretzels. I don't know why, but they're tasting really good. I'm sure its assault on the carbs pretzels are awesome. So thank you. Thank you to everybody was on this course helping with the water. Pretzels, Gatorade. You guys rock it. Yeah. Thank you. Smile. 13. So kind of sort of halfway. It feels like it should be mild. 23. I'm not doing anything but walking right now. My legs are just rubber. They're dead. Man dead. That water over halfway there. That's right. Great. Over there. Let's go. Everybody remember, the bigger the smile, the easier it is. You got Mommy, She's smiling. She's gonna make it. Says I see some smiles out. There you go. Mile 19. My legs are rubber, but I'm pretty much just walking. So that's cool. I'm just thankful that my body can do this no matter how fast or slow. So I missed a couple mile markers. I have no idea how, but I was thankful to see Number 22 meeting right. Way happy. I get to the beach. In the end. It's like just one huge party. Everybody's just out here. So many people are cheering us on. We'll go runners on. I have to say massive, Massive. Thank you. To my friend Mark, who's meeting me every couple miles. Thank you. More red vines. He's meeting the every couple miles with food and drink and moral support. Thank you so much. Mark. You're wrong. More miles. I couldn't be happier. I just wanted to be over. Um, my legs are just so dead. Just walking two miles, 1.7 miles to finish. I have one more mile to go. 1.2, to be exact. But I can guarantee you this is going to be the most painful mile mentally and physically. But I'm not gonna quit. I never quit. So 1.2 to go. Hey. Yeah, really one of her recovery. Right. Blake, Thank you for your support. Wait. I did it. Okay. I can't believe I'm still walking. I have a blister on my right foot. Both my calves are just trashed. My thighs are rubber, but I'm done. I did it. Okay. Okay. Here's my no points reward. I got some goldfish bagel. Come and enjoy it for zero smart points. I just grabbed a muscle mouth too. It's a cookies and cream muscle milk. And I'm pretty sure it's not the one smart point. Muscle milk right the way through. You are what?