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Wednesday, February 06, 2013

Didn't feel like walking today but I couldn't let that stop was hard pushing myself out the door but I knew if I gave in to my mood it might have a domino affect and keep going SO I put my sneakers on and hit the pavement.

It wasn't windy although it was cold; as I was walking I started to enjoy myself which I knew would happen....isn't it funny how we think we don't want to do something and yet when we start that feeling goes away and we end up having a good time! I ended up having a nice long walk and even jogged a little bit just to see how it would feel. Still don't think I will ever really get into jogging ....would be the next logical step since my body is stronger but not my cup of tea. emoticon I walk at a good pace now which tells me my muscles are ready for something more. Need to decide what that more will be....

Day six is done and I did make improvements....Hooray!

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  • CATE195
    I was just thinking about moving ahead even if you're not motivated. I feel rather blah today, but I know if I just move forward and "fake" the enthusiasm.

    Great getting out walking even when you didn't feel like it. emoticon
    1638 days ago
    Yea you!
    1651 days ago
    Yep, it is amazing how that happens.
    I hear you. Jogging isn't my thing either. Tried it. Even did a SP 5K. Was happy to accomplish it....Just plain didn't like jogging.
    1652 days ago
    Very good! I totally hear what you mean about not wanting to when you start but finding you had a good time. This happens me sometimes. Way to try out some jogging and feeling stronger. emoticon on day 6 day!
    1652 days ago
  • TINY67
    Way to go, Lady, emoticon
    1652 days ago
    Yeah! Great job!
    Maybe more strength training would be a good alternative to jogging.
    1652 days ago
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