I have to remind myself of this a lot.


I have to remind myself of this a lot.

I’m so exhausted.

I still went for a run even if a mile took me 14 minutes. No excuses.

Also Philly is awesome

When I run people on the street are so supportive its ridiculous. A guy driving by gave me a thumbs up and people that I pass smile and nod. It’s great. Philadelphia is a great city and anyone who says anything different doesn’t know shit.

Music makes the biggest difference

I made a running playlist last night with Sleigh Bells, Dead Kennedys, Horse the Band, along with many others. I ran three and a half blocks straight! I’m blaming the music for my awesomeness. I’m down one minute= first 12minute mile since high school. I’m stoked about it. Towards the end my feet still cramp, but I’m thinking that’s something I’ll have to learn to deal with.

Ran another 13 minute mile

And I’m fine with that. My time isn’t improving yet but every time I run I can feel the progress in my endurance. The first couple of times I would just come home afterward and be too burnt out to do anything, but today I lifted weights for 15 minutes. I feel awesome.


Running is hard.

But I love it. Today I ran another 13 minute mile. Well ran most and walked some. I’m getting better. This was only my second run and I can already tell that I can run longer. My only problem is that I have flat feet and my feet cramp up really bad and it hurts like nothing else, so I have to walk it out. I have awesome shoes that are right for my feet and it makes a difference. Hopefully I can condition my feet if I keep running so that they will get used to it.

working out!

Whenever I exercise I’m usually sore a couple hours afterwards and then the rest of the day. With the exception of running.. omg.. I’m hardly ever sore the next day. I don’t know if this is a good or a bad thing? If anyone has any idea let me know?