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Perhaps I should stop putting this off

I ran for the bus today since I knew I would have made a friend wait for me if I missed it. It had already gone away from the stop I was approaching, so I turned around and ran around the back of some houses, down a lane, through a car park and accross a road to just meet it three stops down.

This was just over 400 yards, and I was knackerd. I was sweating and I barely had breath to ask for my ticket. It took me the whole journey to stop sweating and to get my breath back. Just over 10 minuets I’d say it was. 10 minuets to catch my breath!

To add insult to injury my legs have been stiff most of the day now because of this.

This really made me see how bad my fitness is, even if my current diet is able to keep my weight at a reasonable level. I NEED to change this.



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The Journey to Change

begins with a single sprint for the bus…good luck with your journey…with the right pair of trainers, running is quite fun!

Yeah, my mentaily of this sure has changed now, even if I do hate running more than I did before. I’m more of a cycling person, so that’s what I’ll be starting.

But I’m off to go start a job next week, so I’ll have to see what facilites I’ll have there since I’ll be away from home. At least it’ll stop more from making the excusse that I might bump into someone I know.


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