According to my reader survey results so far, you either love or don’t really love, these posts.
I really enjoy sharing good content I’ve found from around the web, and I purposefully post these on Saturdays as not to take up too much of your time. I’m also doing my best to limit the number of links in each post so you aren’t overwhelmed with content.
That said if you really hate them? Give it a pass – I don’t mind 🙂
Instead of laying around, I’m up for a 4 mile recovery run to be followed by a barre class. I don’t think I’ve been to a class since I ran my marathon, so I’m sure to be feeling it on Sunday!
Beth has issued a pretty big challenge – dare to fail. I’m working on riding myself of my perfectionist ways, but I’m definitely scared to fail at times.
I read posts like Bri’s and go, “but I’ve gained nearly 30 pounds [not kidding about the number], I do need to lose weight!” and then I realize while I might want to lose weight, my value doesn’t depend on what I weight, so I don’t need to.
A fantastic reminder that just because we’re “healthy living bloggers” does not mean we eat 100% clean and workout one bazillion hours a day. We’re people too. And people like beer.
Since I started doing barre regularly (and by regularly, I mean, like twice a month…..I need to change that!) I’ve noticed better running form and my tendonitis isn’t near as bad. If you don’t have a studio near you, give Beth’s barre for runners workout a try!
Jess’s post on runners and self image is wonderful. I can’t say that I compare myself to the elites (Hi, I don’t win races) but dang, some club runners are fit and while I’m also fit, I certainly don’t fit into what they wear….
This glossary of running terms might help the non-runner in your life.
Have you heard of the phrase eat the frog? Well, burpees for breakfast is similar. Jen is sharing five ways to get.it.done. and move on to the fun stuff.
Happy Saturday! 🙂
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