Focus: Just Keep Going!
Yesterday morning I was at the gym early. My plan was to run 1 miles before my spin class. I ran 1.25... but I'm not celebrating just yet. I was proud of myself for actually showing up and doing it... but it was a slap in the face to see how much I had lost since this day....
This picture was taken on the bus the morning of my first half marathon. I was at 170 lbs... and could run a mile without blinking. I had trained for months for this day... and I crossed the finish line with tears in my eyes.
During yesterdays run I felt like my shoes where made of concrete. It was so hard for me to get my legs moving. I still remembered the feeling of running mile after mile. I remember the feeling I would get when my legs would stop hurting and I could just run and not think about it.... or anything. Having to start all over again was a harsh reality.
It was hard for me to see how much I had let myself go... but it also gave me a kick in the butt. I am motivated now to get that girl back.
(I swear he isn't drunk.... just one of those guys who you can never get a normal picture of! Gotta love him)
I found this picture.... and remembered how good I felt that night.
The motivation carried on to my Spin class and I got 22.1 miles in! My legs are killing me this morning, but I've got to get up and do another run this morning.... and a strength class. I'm ready!
“Everything you can imagine is real.”
― Pablo Picasso