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Cheaper Than Therapy

March 10, 2014

Some Monday motivation! Had a hard time getting out of bed this morning (that stupid time change again) but I dug deep and managed a 30 minute run with 20 minutes of sprint intervals. By the time I started my five minute cool down, I was wide awake and in a great mood.  There’s nothing like a run to allow you to work out your thoughts and feelings and put everything in perspective. Try it! It might not work every Monday, but it’s definitely worth a shot!

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5 Comments
  1. I can definitely relate to this.
    And amen to the “Running, cheaper than therapy.”

  2. Reblogged this on Running with Buddha and commented:
    I can definitely relate to this.
    And amen to the “Running, cheaper than therapy.”

  3. RainyWriter permalink

    I have biked EARLY in the morning … and it DOES feel great.

    But I’ve not run at the crack of dawn yet. (I have gotten up early to start a few event runs … but not too-early-oclock times) …. so may I should try it one day.

    I personally love the mornings… 🙂

    • Right there with you…definitely a morning person! I secretly love being that annoyingly perky person in the office bright and early.

      Are you more of a biker than a runner? It’s something I’ve been wanting to try out this summer.

      • RainyWriter permalink

        At this point in time yes … I just love hopping on the bike and riding. Fast, slow, far, not far … 🙂

        And like you on your run … by the time its at its end I normally just in a good mood.

        I would say just find a bike and hop on … not everyone likes it … but I find people who do one type of outdoor activity tend to find they like cross over ones … they just don’t know it until they try it.

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