2 a day workouts

Thursday, September 19, 2013

So i am trying not to sound like a broken record but i am still having a hard time adjusting to being single.

last night I actually called him and said I miss you .. like darn I just gave him a 1 up on me.


yesterday I started 2 a day workout , I did a light workout in the morning and then I did a 5 mile walk at night.
I was really happy with the walk , it was a struggle to get going but after mile 3 it was a go and I felt like I could do a few more laps but then it started to rain and mile 5 I felt like i was pushing it and glad I ended it when i did because it rained hard .

so , i decided to 2 a day workouts . This morning I did a light cardio sesh and some light weights.

and tonight I am going to go on a walk , this time I will be walking after work . I forgot to bring my HRM and headphones but its okay . I'll just listen to the city around me . Ive been eyeing out this walk for a while and rain or not I am going to get it done .

Hope this helps distract my mind and become more focused and stop me from thinking of him
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    Staying busy definitely helps. You'll get through this. Like the song says, what doesn't kill you makes you stronger... so it's hard to go through a break-up, but working out hard (two-a-days!) and sticking with your plans are good choices to help you get through this rough patch. emoticon
    1642 days ago
    Working out always helps me to clear my mind... well, not clear it I supposed, but just tire me out enough that the thoughts don't overpower me. Break-ups blow, but from what you've said, it had to happen. Hope it just fuels your determination to kick a$$! :-D Have a great weekend!!
    1644 days ago
    YEAH you got it !!!!!
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