Something most people don’t know about me is that I’m currently working on a book, well, have been for about 5 months now. It’s a “mid-apocalyptic” novel over a girl and her journey trying to survive & live in the recent turn of events of “Infected” that now dominate the Earth. Yeah, it’s been done before, but what hasn’t?
ANYWAYS, I often incorporate my imagination into my workouts. Especially during Intervals when I need that little extra push to get myself going on a fast interval. Today I venture I ran somewhere around 3-4 miles doing intervals at my own leisure, but it was still an intense run. Had to do it inside, too, because it was raining cats and dogs.
Am I the only one that does this? What do you guys think of when you’re running?
This is me 3 months ago. This is a constant reminder of how much you can lose in just about 3 months, I just stumbled upon this video and wow..
I haven’t been able to lift my entire upper body due to a shoulder injury. I also couldn’t do movements like barbell squats due to this, and it left me with very few isolation movements that I could do with my legs. Needless to say, I lost my way.
I stopped running, stopped doing the remaining isolation movements I could do, and stopped giving a shit about my diet. Honestly, it’s really a hard thing having all that ability taking out of you. It really is, and no one ever tells you that. No one ever tells you of the pain and hardship that comes along with injury.
It’s not all physical, it’s mostly emotional.
I’ve decided to clean up my diet, and stop being a bitch and hit that pavement once again. It’s funny, you know, how shitty you truly feel when you’re out of shape. I never thought I’d feel like this again. But you know as they say, history has a way of repeating itself.
Hi there, my name is Dylan. This is my "fitblr" as so many around these parts wish to label it. If you like the blog, follow, if not I wish you the best of luck. As if any of this really matters anyways. ;)