Balance is one of the keys to living a healthy life. In our own individual journeys, we experience different struggles and triumphs that are uniquely ours, molding us into the people we become. Running reminds me a lot of this journey. We learn that when we put our minds to something, we can achieve it.
I was so pumped up yesterday morning before the Queens half marathon—that was after I had serious second doubts. The past two weeks were light on training, but I still felt really prepared to run for over 2 hours for a total of 13.1 miles. But after a short weekend (since the race was Sunday)
Yesterday’s workout made be feel so strong. This made me think about what makes us weak. After work last night, I hit the gym working out primarily my triceps, a little bicep action, and lower abs. To be honest, I wasn’t that thrilled about running on the treadmill, but stretched and started my sweat sess.
Train hard for not just a strong body, but for also a strong mind.
Those who take a walk to clear their head may also fill it with other health benefits. Walking is a healthy activity that jumpstarts your body by increasing your energy. So when our minds are running on empty—a dilemma, anger, or stress using too much psychological fuel— many people stomp the streets to clear their