Sometimes... I think, I should start running too!!! Your energy is so inspiring and I love how you ended last year with a race!fitoverforty wrote:Thanks guys! It always feels good to reach and exceed a goal. The hard part of all of this is to maintain and not go backwards in either fitness level or weight loss. Goals are about the only way I can find the motivation to really work hard and stay consistent in my diet and exercise. The down side is after I meet one of those goals I have to be very careful not to lose motivation and/or "reward" myself with a week or so of irresponsible food choices - a pattern I have been way too guilty of in the past. It's no reward if it means I go backwards and have to "re-lose" those hard earned pounds. Plus I have to remember that I am NOT at my weight loss goal yet - still have at least 20 to 25 lbs. to lose. I guess I will always be some sort of "work in progress".
fitoverforty wrote:I guess I will always be some sort of "work in progress".
I finished today's race in 29:39.
fitoverforty wrote:7.5 mile run. Just stepped out my door and took off, no real plan or route. Just ran. It started out good, but after about 3 miles it was a real struggle to keep going. I felt tired and even a little bored
you know, I never thought of it that way - you may be right. I thought that by not having any set course or time limit that I would feel free and relaxed and totally enjoy it - but it was the opposite. I was tired, bored and totally wanting to quit after about 3 miles. Even having the music didn't help. I haven't ran with music in a couple of months - not used to it.feelin-great wrote:If I just start running without knowing where I am going or how far or how long, then I may as well just do something else because my mind just isn't in it.
glad to brighten your day.Nokie173 wrote:From a stressful work enviorment, you actually made me laugh… Thanks for sharing
they probably thought they needed to call someone for help...musculArgirl2 wrote:Maybe they thought it was a new dance or running move.
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