Thursday, July 02, 2009

Yes, that's what time I started my workout this morning! For the second time this week, I got up with DH's alarm, and was able to go out and get in a 28 minute jog, and be back here so he could leave for work. The REALLY strange thing? I've ENJOYED it! I enjoy that I don't have to try to figure out how I'm going to fit in my exercise for the day, or putz around with a second shower after an evening workout, or have to park the boys in front of the TV so they don't play around with the equipment while I'm on the elliptical. Oh, and it's cooler in the morning, too. The AM workout just seems to make everything SO much easier. I've never been a morning person, not that 6:45 is early, but it's early for me to be doing something besides pouring cereal or reading the paper. Going to try to continue it, at least a few days a week.
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    Wish I could get myself going in the morning...Good for you! Looks like you jogged a pretty good distance too from your page update. I bought running shoes and walking shoes but so far only walking. I just wanted to have the running shoes so that when I was ready they were there. Something to look forward to (never thought I would say that about running). How long were you exercising before you were able to go from walk to run? I am walking at 3.5 now on the treadmill, but not ready to crank it up yet...
    4371 days ago
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    Way to go! I AM NOT a morning workout person. Keep up the good effort! Mike
    4403 days ago
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    I have always been a morning workout person. I've gotten up as early as 3:30 if I have to be at work real early. If I don't work out in the morning it doesn't get done. You're right it is more enjoyable when you do it first thing. Keep it up! It'll be a habit before you know it.

    4404 days ago
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