Yesterday you said tomorrow.
I am moving up in the world of exercise and clean eating (I hope).
|1||1 min||2 min||7x||21 min|
|2||1 min||1 min||10x||20 min|
|3||2 min||1 min||7x||21 min|
|4||3 min||1 min||5x||20 min|
|5||4 min||1 min||4x||20 min|
|6||6 min||1 min||3x||21 min|
|7||9 min||1 min||2x||20 min|
|8||12 min||1 min||Then run 7 min||20 min|
|9||15 min||1 min||Then run 4 min||20 min|
Leap for joy
(1) Should I become a runner?
– I’ve always wanted to become one, and it would be great for my college fitness life. I could follow the above format. But should I start now? Hmm. Could I take the bus to the park and begin there? I could, but should I?
(2) Should I start Insanity?
– It will push me. It will be something to which I will be dedicated. Not that I won’t be dedicated to running or something else, but there is a particular framework to this. Hmm
(3) Should I stick with my own strength training + cardio regimen?
– Honestly, I’ve been falling off of the bandwagon. But when I’m not, I do notice results.
Which one(s), mate? Which one(s)? Comment; perhaps I’ll listen and your input will be helpful in more ways then one. [also, if you have any exercise/health tips, I’m all ears]
Note: I’m watching the Olympics. I don’t usually do that. Perhaps a little, but not really. This year I will. They train so hard to compete, to perform the sport in which they love to the best of their abilities. I think that that is bloody marvy(: