The Year I Touched My Toes then Blogged about It

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The words of the Trainer. It’s true. I want to get back on track because I am not feeling it. That wonderful feeling of feeling fit. Having lots of energy and enjoying the endorphins. Or whatever it is, I want it back and so it is time to get serious.

To make it more of a challenge the Trainer has become a FIFO Trainer. Yep Fly in Fly Out. He is only here on the weekends to utter those encouraging words in his inimitable way.

This morning I had to go to the bank to sign something so I wore my gym clothes. Strategic decision because I think that is the first step. Put on the gear and it puts you in the mood. Back home from the bank the first thing I did was jump on the treadmill for 30 minutes. Tick. I recorded it on my training calendar which hasn’t had an entry for a while.

(Note the photo is not from today. I wouldn’t start on an incline of two, not when it is a while since I did inclines).

Strategies for Getting Back on Track with My Training

  1. Put on my training gear to get in the mood.
  2. Make a new short term goal.
  3. Work out what mountain to climb next.
  4. Get a new trainer. Just joking! Would never replace the Trainer.

Any suggestions for the list?

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