Apologize for not being too active in this group. I usually run in the morning. Get up around 6:30 lately, earlier in the summer, so I can run before it gets too hot. This morning I had a great start, so I decided to do a virtual 10K, even though I had a hard run yesterday. Didn't even have any breakfast yet, but I felt good, so I went for it. Not so fast, I finished in 1:05:46 a good time for a training run. Today was warm and very humid, so I was surprised I felt so well.
I love ROUTINE and I like changes too!!! Typically, during working week days, I eat the same breakfast every morning: fruit, NF yogurt and 1/4 C Granola (I like the Bob's Red Mill Old Country Style Muesli). When I go for a run, I have right after, otherwise that is the start of my day... Saturday, I start my day by a walk, yoga and then breakfast! On Sundays, I like to start my day with going outside and then a "big" breakfast!
Having said this, I like going away from my routine when I am on holidays, it is a nice break.... but I always always always have breakfast!
"A mind that is stretched by a new experience can never go back to its old dimensions."
weekdays or week-ends i am always up by 5:00am. I do 20 minutes of jogging no matter what day it is and then have breakfast with my son. During the week I walk 20 minutes with my son to get him and me some activity. Saturday is yardwork on top of the other activity and Sunday i do projects around the house with DH on top of the 20 minutes of jogging and 20 minutes of walking with my son
current weight: 19.0 over
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Weekdays...if I can get out of bed at 2:20, I put on my exercise clothes, feed the cats and do whatever workout I have planned for the day, shower breakfast, go to work. If I'm too tired and don't have anything happening in the afternoon, I get up at 3:30 feed cats, have breakfast, go to work. Weekends I sleep in....usually 4:30. Saturday yoga. Sunday long run.
If you are a runner, it doesn't matter how far or how fast. It doesn't matter if today is your first day or if you've been running for twenty years. There is no test to pass, no license to earn, no membership card to get. You just run." J Bingham
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