Since my miles were down, I have had some extra time to kill. Here is one of my recent exploits:
Yeah, I am super good at Angry Birds, and I am not sorry about it. I don't really want to say how much time I have spent on this, and my other most recent addiction, Temple Run 2 - are you kidding?! So addicting.
Basically, I am a waste of space over long weekends, but at least I still got out for my miles. I also blew my diet out of the water, but that is what happens when you are around non-runners all the time. I need to work on the whole will-power thing.
I also need to work on explaining/helping others by talking about my weight-lifting. I usually just say what I worked on, and I don't go into detail. This coming week I promise I will go into my workouts with a teaching mindset and then report back to you. I think my work at the gym is going to give me a huge edge come the spring. This coming week I am going to really hit my chest and back because I am really starting to like how it looks and feels. I am also going to destroy my core in a good way: stay tuned.
Finally, I also want to feature some of my followers in the coming days/weeks. I want to pose a few questions to ponder, and then you can email me what you thought of. From there, I may take your responses and throw them right here to help others. I am also going to answer these questions, so it will really be helpful I think. Here you go:
What is the most important lesson you have learned since first becoming a runner and what is the biggest newbie mistake you made?
What is your primary motivation/inspiration for your healthy lifestyle? Have you always been this way or did you have to make a drastic change?
What do you think you most need to work on with your running or fitness?
What kinds of issues do you come across with non-runners? Do you have a lot of non-runners in your life and how do they take your habit?
Would you say running and fitness defines you? If not, how big of a role does it play? Can you be too into running?
If I have more ideas, I will throw them up, but you can email me at email@example.com. I am looking forward to hearing from you. I won't hesitate to link you up and shout you out! I love promoting fellow bloggers.
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