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Week 2 Day 1

Monday, March 10, 2014

Today's workout was a bit of a challenge. I did not want to do it. I felt blah and unmotivated all day at work too. I knew that if I didn't go out for my walk/run right when I got home that I probably wouldn't, plus it looked like it was going to rain, which I wasn't looking forward to getting soaking wet. BUT I rallied myself (with some help from my hubs, he's trying to be motivational) and went out and did it!

It started out kind of annoying because there was something wrong with my gps map app and suddenly it thought I'd gone the distance of a mile in like 8 minutes, which, maybe back when I was 10 years younger wouldn't be that surprising, but I knew there is something wrong, lol! So I had to restart it to get a more accurate portrayal of my run. I know its not necessary but I like that I can go back over and look at the stats and see how I was doing at any given point during my workout.

Felt a little bit of an upset tummy, probably shouldn't have had that snack at 4pm, and half way through I retied my shoes because I was having some aching in my feet again. Seemed to help to retie my shoes, although my left foot still kind of bothered me the rest of the workout. On the plus side, it sort of sprinkled but didn't really all out rain, and I saw a rainbow! Glad I didn't give up but I hope my walk/run on Wednesday goes better! :)

Distance: 2.34 miles Duration: 32 minutes

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    Fantastic job!
    I'm slowly getting back into running...but some of my most annoying runs were the ones where my shoes didn't feel right, my running app wasn't syncing, everything would seem to be going wrong, lol...great job running through that and making it a great workout!
    1373 days ago
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