I can vouch for that as I spend at least 40 minutes prior to going for a run, telling myself I MUST do it, I CAN do it, it WON’T hurt honest. Once I have sufficiently convinced myself to open the door and lever myself out in to the great outdoors and the weather, I have to further remind myself within the first five minutes of running that the hurting will stop soon. I have been running nearly all my life and still, the first five minutes of running always, always hurts.
But then eventually it stops hurting and I see the world around me, the open vistas across fields, the wildlife (other runners, cyclists, dog walkers and the most dangerous wildlife of all, people in their cars!)the feel of the ‘weather’ on my skin, usually it is raining, but once in a blue sky we have sunshine, the sheer joy of being able to run and keep running mile after mile.
When I started running, I could barely do a 50 yards without collapsing, calling for http://BellyFatDietExpert.com emergency first aid and resuscitation (always of the mouth to mouth variety darling). Running, if you stick with it, quickly rewards you with the amount of progress you can make in a short period of time. When you run your first mile you feel like taking out a full page ad in the local paper, announcing to the world, the birth of a super athlete! (Whatever you do, don’t do that, people will point and laugh the next time they see you in town). After your first 3k, 5k and half marathon, you will marvel at yourself, your abilities and feel you can actually run. However if you start fretting over times, heart rates, speed, minute miles etc etc, you may never be content with your achievements. I find all that time keeping malarkey incredibly boring, but some people need to constantly challenge themselves and prove stuff.
I on the other hand just want to run, stay fit, live long.
And you will get fit, you’ll find you have a bounce in your step, loose pounds of your body fat, develop long lean legs and discover you have a lovely pert bottom. Life always compensates pain (somehow).
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