Here’s to the longest 200 meters ever. Racing 6.2 miles is no joke. I have serious anxiety before races and usually I handle it, but let’s just say, I went to bed the night before at 10:30 and couldn’t sleep until 2:30am😬😬😬 waking up 3 hours later to race and add in a cold, didn’t make for the best results mentally. While I had high hopes, I crossed the finish line a minute off of what I wanted. But, at the end of the day, while I was a little discouraged at first, it is all a learning process. I didn’t get the negative splits I wanted, in fact I started out much faster than I finished, which I wanted to avoid, but, I was so happy to cross that finish line. I did PR, with a 39.22, 8th woman overall, and I’m so happy with the results. But this race has definitely taught me that the run is just as much mental, as it is physical. Instead of being down, I will get back out there, learn from it, figure out how to handle anxiety🤦🏽♀️💆🏽♀️ and continue to work hard. At the end of the day, putting on my shoes and going for a run, no matter the pace, makes the day sooooooo much better. Happy Monday people! 🏃🏽♀️🏃🏽♀️🏃🏽♀️🏃🏽♀️🏃🏽♀️🏃🏽♀️🏃🏽♀️🏃🏽♀️🏃🏽♀️🏃🏽♀️🏃🏽♀️🏃🏽♀️🏃🏽♀️🏃🏽♀️🏃🏽♀️🏃🏽♀️
Workout: 3 easy miles and a 30 minute HIIT workout followed by 20 min recovery post run yoga☺️
YESS I DID IT !! Malgré que je n'avais vraimmmeennt pas envie de faire de sport ce matin ( eh oui ca m'arrive rarement mais j'ai des journee comme ça ...😆😝) j'y ai quand même été ! 💪💪
Je me suis donné un coup de pieds aux 🍑 et je suis sortie ! 👟
Eh même si je n'ai courru que 30 min ca m'a vraiment fait du bien . C'est fou ce qu'un petit run peu changer ton énergie et ta journée 🏃♀️😀.
Et toi ça t'arrive de temps en temps d'avoir du mal à demarrer ? Tu y vas quand même ? Ca vous donne la patate pour le reste de la journée? .
Mercii a @lvanreet de m'avoir accompagné tout le long !😂
How do you motivate yourself? .
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First of all, you need to realize that getting and staying in shape is a life long thing. If you can accept that, you will have a much higher chance of getting the body you have always wanted. Many people have too short of a mentality and think that all they have to do is workout for 3 months and they will have the perfect body for the rest of their life. The people who have achieved their fitness goals and have maintained it are people who have made fitness a lifestyle instead of a temporary task.
Instead of going on a diet where you starve yourself or eat foods you hate, pick a diet that is healthy but something that you can also see yourself using for the long term. Fortunately, the healthier you get, the less you will crave for fatty, unhealthy foods. In terms of exercising, choose an amount of time that you can see yourself dedicating to each week for the next 3 years. Many people will start out working out 5-6 times a week, burn out, and quit. Don't set yourself up for failure. Remember, the key is to choose a diet and exercise regimen that you can tolerate for years to come. Once all of this becomes a habit, you won't even have to try. The motivation will be automatic.#liveloverun ! ...
I could sit here and tear this picture apart or I could sit here and think about how far I’ve come & all I’ve got in store for me. Don’t ever let someone tell you that your aren’t good enough and don’t ever tell yourself that you aren’t good enough, YOU ARE EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO BE! #thisiswhatstrengthlookslike ...