Friday, July 27, 2007

Running walrus

Well that's what I felt like yesterday. I got home, changed into running gear and headed out the door. I managed to do 4 out of the 6 running bits but I felt like lead so I just walked after that. Who knew that 90 seconds could feel like an eternity. A lot of that had to do with the 27 degrees and not moving a muscle in 2 weeks. I'm determined to get through it but my next attempt will be on Sunday morning when it's cooler. I think I'll figure out how to encorporate that into the mornings. I just need to figure out how the morning routine will change.

I will see a gain tomorrow but oh well this is what happens when you don't follow the plan. I'm going to pull up my boot straps and keep moving on.

I was exhausted yesterday and went to bed in the middle of Big Brother.

I've got a lot of errands this weekend but I think I'm going to take a good chunk of time and focus on some goal setting and put it up somewhere so I can visualize. I need to do some meal planning too.

I hope everyone has a great weekend and here's to a new week!


CaRoLyN said...

I have been thinking about starting the C25K program as well I just haven't gotten up the courage to give it a go. Do you have the website where you can download the program onto your MP3 player?
I would love to be able to get up early before work and do it, that way I would have my week nights free!
You fell alseep during BB8!! WOw! Must have been tired!

The Glitterati said...

It will get easier, promise! I think a lot of people (me included) start too fast, and then 90 seconds feels like an eternity. I still start too fast sometimes. Totally agree that running early/late is better, I usually go at night (like, 11pm) b/c the area is so well-lit and there are still ppl around. The day I decided to go at 4pm, 29-degree sunshine was the day that I almost swore off the whole running thing! :)