Nov 7, 2012

Moving On

If you are looking for a political rant, you aren't going to find it here. Just sayin'

Moving on...and speaking of moving...I need to get my butt moving. I've slacked quite a bit on my workouts since I got back from the beach vacay. I came back terrified of what the scale would say only to find I only brought back an extra half a pound of me. Score! Then it's like all heck broke loose and I thought it was ok to go out to lunch everyday at some fatty place and not work out one bit

Time for a change! So with my pants getting tight and my BFF trying to talk me into doing a half marathon with her {she's half cray y'all...jk kinda}, I've decided I need to add running to my workout routine. Now here's the question for you. Do you use any running apps or just go with a set plan for time/distance each running day? What works best for you? 
I downloaded some new running apps last night and I plan to go through and try them out to see what works best for me. I always do better in exercises classes because I have someone there telling me what to do and others to compete with. And yes, the gym is always a competition. That's why I think I will need an app that shows progress and also tells me when to do the next thing or kick it into high gear. 

Here goes nothing...

4 comments:

Lora said...

I use the 10K pink one that you show on there....and I'm not crazy! lol

smk053078 said...

Run a mile or tow for me!! Okay? And only 1/2 a lbs? I would say that was a successful vacay! :)

Kimmyyy83 said...

Where did you get your iphone background!? (yes I realize this makes me look incredibly lame that I do not know how to do it unless its a picture from my camera roll!!)

Reese said...

I don't have a smart phone so I run old school, with a stopwatch. lol I typically run 3-4 miles 3 times a week.

Good luck with your run. I think you mentioned couch to 5k earlier. I've heard good things about it.

Reese