What do we do when we don’t know what to do?
We do what we normally do.
- ask someone
- Google it
- do nothing
A million reasons to make today another day we don’t exercise.
Which then makes tomorrow even easier to do nothing when we don’t know how to stay motivated.
Again a friend asked, “Did you run this morning?”
“No, today is another active rest day.”
For three consecutive weeks running has happened Monday through Friday.
It’s been years since this sort of purposeful rhythm graced my schedule.
Now there’s an anticipation for the weekend to end and a hunger to run on Monday morning.
Sure, I like to swim…
As long as it’s in a hot tub…
Do you consider exercise a chore, a pain in the butt, and therefore a waste of your precious time? Get over it! You have to figure this out for yourself.
A new friend, same age (51), is in great physical condition. Asked him if he’s a runner. He looked and responded like I was nuts.
He’s a swimmer. He’ll never be a runner. He hates running.