Sure, it’s a little thing. But to get back on track, it often starts with a very simple step. Putting on your shoes, lacing them up, and heading out the door. It really can be that easy to get things back in motion. And here is proof of that success:
Last week, I wanted to give myself a goal of running between 9 and 15 miles. Sure, I barely made it (9 and change!), but success is success. It doesn’t matter if you win by 1, or by 100. It doesn’t matter if you reach your goal time by one second, or one hour. Accomplishment is accomplishment, no matter how you look at it.
This week, I’m hoping for more of the same. Ideally, I’d like to run four times for around the same amount of miles (9-15). There’s an interesting race a bunch of friends are doing in June, and if I can hit my goal miles this week, I’d be on track to run that race and not die. I’d also like to see if I can bike twice and also work out once. Let’s build this up nice and slow and get back to where I was.