I have this thing: apparently I like to scare myself. I jump into things and then figure out the how. I ran track for 3 weeks in the 8th grade and then decided I hated running. When I signed up for my first running event, it was only because my friend said it was doable… Continue reading Scary
If yesterday was all about how we stay motivated to be consistent in our workouts, today is the exact opposite. It's been a week. I had appointments all lined up, new clients no-showed, others were late. Some showed up when they didn't have appointments. It's just one of those weeks where you have to laugh and roll… Continue reading Motivation’s Opposite
Anyone that's read this blog or (knows me in real life) knows that I LOVE accountability when it comes to fitness! What started out as a fun idea to take sweaty selfies and keep each other motivated to workout and be consistent has since turned into many things. It's often more than just physical. It's… Continue reading Our Swelfies
I'm in the middle of a fight. A bad one. She shows up and challenges me. She thinks it would be much nicer, more convenient to just take a day off. "Relax," she says. "Come sit in the sun with your pup and just sip coffee for a while...oh, you could read your book! How… Continue reading Everyday.
I'm about to head out on my 18th consecutive day of running. My niece over at Hanging By a Thread was inspired to run a 100-day streak. What this means is that you run at least a mile each day for 100 days. No excuses, find the time, or carve it out if you have… Continue reading Day 18
How about we all just stop for a minute. I am a "Fan" and "Like" various fitness groups on Facebook and read a few fitness and running blogs on a regular basis. Heck, I even write for a fitness blog. But I'm more and more discouraged about the negative tone of what I've been reading… Continue reading How About It?
We all have days (weeks, months) that we just aren't that motivated. Often I am motivated to work out and do what needs to be done ONLY because of the feeling after the fact. I know I'll feel great once I work out. I know I'll feel better if I just get off my butt… Continue reading The Real Test