|Author:||Sorting Last Post on Top ↓ Message:||
Yes I can relate.... I think its diet related mostly.... we could all probably do better here by looking at what we eat that is zaping our energy. I bet it will make a difference. This is what Im working on.
Excercise should give us energy and help us sleep better so we are not tired.... something is out of balance... BUT we all have days we just dont have energy to do it...
Good you got moving-- thats all that matters! bravo
Unfortunately, I feel this more often than not. I want to get to a place where I am motivated to run instead of having to force myself to run. I imagine consistency will bring that about. I am hiking a mountain this afternoon so will likely not get a run in today. That counts as cross-training, right?
Totally understandable, especially if it's recently gotten hotter where you live.
It's perfectly fine to take a rest day if you need it, or do something other than run, like go for a bike ride or a swim!
"Success is not final, failure is not fatal; it is the courage to continue that counts" - Winston Churchill
2012 Running Mileage: 2,065
of course, this is natural. I am having this feeling and haven't gotten out there to run/walk
Brown Deer, WI
leader of Weight Watchers Support team - leader
Today I felt like I could not stay awake long enough to exercise. After it all, I'm so happy that I did run. I did not fully stick with the program but I kept moving. How about you? Do you have days like mine?
All things work together for good!
|Please join us in the new threads||5/29/2014 7:17:03 AM|