The Boldrdash is a 3 mile course with over 20 obstacles. I have a feeling that it won't be to bad, the event has no swimming, no mountains and is seven miles shorter than the Tough Mudder. With that said I'm a little bit nervous, I believe I'm in the best shape of my life but I don't want to be over confident. I'm looking forward to the Boldrdash on Sunday and completing the event with some amazing friends and teammates.
My biggest worry about Sunday is my diabetes. I don't believe I will be able to wear my pump but my thought is that the event will only take a half hour at most. Being without my pump for that amount of time is like taking a long shower. I do that everyday and have no problems. What if I'm above 225 before I start the course, do I take insulin? What if I'm below 80? Do I ask to run at a later time? A lot will go in to making sure that my blood sugar is around 180 when I'm scheduled to start the course. I can't wait for Sunday and I can't wait to have blood sugars above 80 but below 200 before and after the obstacle course!!