I used to ride bike primarily and run second. That changed to running first, biking second. Focus now is intense boot camp type exercises, far in second place is running. For me this was the right choice. running has suffered but overall I'm in much better shape.
Why would it be bad? Do you enjoy your new routine? Is it working to achieve your goals? If your goal is to PR on a marathon or ultra race, then it would probably not be the best, that's the only thing I can think of.
It's not bad at all. I went from basically only running, to also swimming and biking. I discovered I absolutely love my swim days!! My other exercises actually make running more enjoyable.
She woke up one morning and threw away all her excuses... ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ UPCOMING RACES: Apr 11, 2015: Race To Read 10K April 18, 2015: Heart & Sole Sprint Triathlon April 24, 2015: RK Twilight 5K May 16, 2015: Horse Capital Marathon June 13, 2015: Bourbon Derby Half July 11, 2015: Muncie 70.3 Half Ironman Oct 11, 2015: Iron Horse Half Marathon Oct 18, 2015: Columbus Half
I went from mostly JUST running (200 miles per month many times) to a combination of running, stairmaster, biking, kayaking and strength training - which, as you can imagine is a fairly good and broad way to exercise. So is it BAD that running has become a secondary or even third exercise option in my life?
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Dori says: Just keep swimming, just keep swimming:
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