Get Younger, Not Older!

Jun 02

Get Younger, Not Older!

YoungerA couple of weeks ago, after my half marathon, I began to rethink my training.  Was I pushing too hard? was I being ridiculous?  Could I not just “go for a walk” and be happy?

For the two weeks after my half marathon I did next to no walking.  At least, no “training” walking as I tried to figure out how to work walking into a ridiculously busy schedule.  I decided to just relax about it, and give myself the time I needed to figure things out.

During that time, my hubby and I headed up to Quesnel, BC to attend a wedding.  While I was there I found a great book (at a crazy cheap price, I might add!) called Younger Next Year for Women: Live Strong, Fit, and Sexy – Until You’re 80 and Beyond The book is written for “seniors” and it terrifies me to realize that I am rapidly approaching that time of my life!  However, the information in it is incredibly important for everyone.

This is probably the funniest health book I’ve ever read, and it’s also one of the most accessible ones, as well.  The authors talk about the importance of exercise and pushing yourself just a little bit harder than comfortable in your later years.  I was deeply inspired and encouraged.

So…

Looks like I’ll be training for a marathon in October.  Now to just figure out how to fit the training in to this schedule…

Darlene




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