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Haven't run... yet.

Friday, December 07, 2012

So this morning I was too tired to run. I had planned on doing week 1, day 3 in Zombies, Run! 5k training, but I just didn't have the energy.

But! The day is not over. I'm not going to let a little late start derail me. After Dr. Phil (it's an episode about internet addiction. Helloooo me!) I'm going out to run.

Oops! Mail's here!

Will likely post a longer blog later.

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
JADOMB 12/8/2012 11:50PM

    I will accept that it is getting harder to stick with the plan during the holiday season, but after this, I won't allow that. So I'll take it easy on you for a few more weeks. Then......YOU and I have to get back on the wagon and head on down that path to better health and fitness. GOT IT. ;-)

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DRAGONCHILDE 12/8/2012 10:52PM

    Yep, I sure did! 1.78 miles!

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EVER-HOPEFUL 12/8/2012 2:17PM

    so did you go for your run in the end? emoticon

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BILL60 12/8/2012 7:35AM

    Let's get out there and "Do It".

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ROSENGA 12/7/2012 2:06PM

    How do you like the Zombies 5K app? I am not a runner by all means and would like to get into it. Both Zombies Run apps look fun ...just wondering which one I should start with?

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KARYNWHO 12/7/2012 12:24PM

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Idea: Put your running clothes on while you're watching Dr. Phil and get warmed up in the commercials by jogging in place (get your knees up high) and doing some other movements like jumping jacks or lunging side to side... then you'll be all ready to go after the show ends!

And don't forget... even if you don't feel like you have energy right now, a workout will give you energy and you'll feel better afterwards!


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