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Why was today different?

Monday, August 31, 2009

I have been languishing in W7 of my C25K training. As written in a previous blog, I know it is my mind and NOT my body that is giving me troubles. I usually make it halfway and my mind tells me it's OK to walk now....and I listen! So today I went out to do my morning routine thinking that it would be the same old mind thing. But lo and behold, I made it the whole 25 minutes without any problems and I probably could have gone another 5! So what made today so different? I HAVE NO IDEA!!!!!!!! None whatsoever! I simply cannot explain it. I'll have to wait till Wednesday to see if I can repeat what happened today. I wish my mind would stop playing games with me!
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  • DEEGEE757
    emoticon emoticon Sounds like you're doing great!! Hang onto the momentum :-)

    ~Dee
    3959 days ago
  • LIV2RIDE
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    3960 days ago
  • 2BLEAN_N_FIT_AZ
    That is great!!! What the reason embrace it, and relish in the completion of your exercise routine!
    3960 days ago
  • CUBS07
    I am on week 8. Last week I had two days where I had no problem. One day I struggled to finish. I've read and experienced first hand that you're body has good days and bad when it comes to exercising. Hundreds of reasons. Yesterday when I did week 8 day 1 I just really focused and thought positive. I did it without any problems -- I hope tomorrow will be the same. Good luck!
    3960 days ago
  • PJDKSMITH
    I know, I know! I try to think.. maybe it was what I ate, maybe it was what I ate yesterday, maybe it was the weather, maybe it was the sleep, maybe maybe maybe.. Have NO clue on why one day is great and others suck
    Just do it!
    HAAHHAHAHA
    Jenny
    3961 days ago
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