We have roughly seven weeks left.
Stress, happiness, unhappiness, depression. These are all first-world problems. They are all perceptions.
I don’t ever remember running a 5K.
I have walked 5Ks in the past.
I have done miles runs, but I have never done 3.1 in one shot.
When you sit all day it’s tough to move.
It seems counterintuitive that I sit all day long and when I go home I am still dog tired.
I need to move more during the week.
I’ve failed at this more times than I care to recall.
I’ve never stopped trying.
I won’t quit trying.
I have the soul of an athlete, but the body of a fat man.
I’m not a big fan of public swimming pools. I grew up spoiled with my own pool.
I can’t tell you the last time I was actually in a public pool, but I want to swim.
Ninety percent mental; 10 percent physical.
I remember hearing that day in and day out during football practice when I was in high school.
This is a difficult task.
I’ve been working out a lot.
I’ve been keeping track of every piece of food that goes into my mouth.
Another fantastic week has flown by.
I had a few really hard workouts and some really great ones.
I jogged a mile, slowly but I did it.
I got out on the bike a couple of times as well.
It has been a great past week.
I’ve worked out really hard. At least two workouts a day, a rest day Saturday, and Sunday I finished my first metric century of the year.
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