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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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  • v 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
    1254 days ago
  • v TATTER3
    Yea you!
    1267 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.
    1267 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!
    1267 days ago
  • v TINY67
    Way to go, Lady, emoticon
    1267 days ago
  • v CHUBRUB3
    Yeah! Great job!
    Maybe more strength training would be a good alternative to jogging.
    1267 days ago
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