And I’ll say it again. Running is all about how you feel. Each run is a reflection of your hard work, dedication, feelings and emotions. Each run is unique and special, whether it’s good or bad – each run deserves its own credit. At times my runs feel hum drum, routine and lackluster, which is to be expected when I count on running as my primary form of exercise. But- it’s those runs where I feel truly relieved and just plain great out there that make me come back for more, run after run after run. 🙂
Last night I was exhausted and feeling less than motivated to get out there, but together, Rebekah and I got our butts outside and ran a 5K – no timer, no pressure, goal – other than to just let it feel good. And damn if it didn’t. Even the Senator was all about it.
I am all about a kick butt workout, especially the direct week before I’m going on a cruise! 🙂 Yep, going on a cruise next week and can not wait. At all!!!!!!!!!!!
Earlier this week, when Mollie and I worked out, she asked me if we could work on arms. It was a bit shocking, as I’m primarily a lower body workout person, and duh, if you read on here more than once a week, a runner. So, I whipped this puppy up and I’m still a bit sore. Yes, I’m a baby and no I don’t know many moves. You may share any good ones you have.
I have two weaknesses when it comes to working out – arms and abs. This definitely did me in after my treadmill run with Mollie on Monday. I love her shoes!!!! Mine are the boring black ones (but I LOVE them! Brooks FTW!).
What did you do to workout/work up a sweat last night?
Which is harder for you – runs outside or runs on the tready tread? I used to think outside, but now I think the tready tread.
Are your running shoes as cute and colorful as Mollies? No, obviously not.