Single Status Update
RE: the running/training
Honestly it started with me just doing laps around the kitchen that first post-op week.
In a week, I graduated to walking up and down my street, then to walking around the block every day.
The distance increased, then the speed.
Then I started running little spurts during my walks, then to alternating 1km runs with 1km walks.
And now I can do a continuous 10k (which I totally did for the first time this morning...so full of myself about it today, it’s disgusting.)
Just do something everyday and slowly increase speed and duration, next thing you know you’ll be one of those odd “running people” (who I never understood pre-op, but now totally get, lol)
Yeah, when I first started, it felt more of a chore, something I had to do. Now I actually sorta like it! LOL. Actually let me be more specific...I love how I feel AFTERWARDS. During, I am often having doing internal negotiations with myself about how I should keep on going, or just stop. 😎