Hey friends, welcome back!
So I’m not a big fan of running. Like. Not. At. All lol. I used to run a lot while I was in college but it never became something that I enjoyed even though I felt great afterward. And I always wanted it to be something that could potentially be a healthy hobby of mine but it just never happened. (Mostly I never stuck with it lol)
During college, I worked out a lot. I did a lot of strength training and cardio. Those were the days. I could easily run 3 miles nonstop and I was very proud of that. So I feel confident that if I focus on the end goal and my overall health, it’s totally possible.
The thing about running is that I have a love-hate relationship with it and I go through phases as well. The start of a run is always the hardest so by the end of my first run Imma be like
Recently, my friend and I decided to register for the annual Culinaria 5K Wine & Beer Run in San Antonio, Texas. If you’re curious and want to learn more about the race or are interested in participating, I’ll leave a link riiiiight
This has been something I’ve been wanting to do for a while now and I’m excited that it’s finally happening. I’m also excited that I’ll be getting a free t-shirt afterward lol. I love me a good t-shirt, especially if it’s free. OOOO and food. There will be food if that motivates any of you to want to participate lol.
Now from the day, I post this, up until the big day will give me roughly around 2 1/2 months to train. The problem now is getting my booty out of bed and doing it. It’s possible. I believe it comes down to your mindset and being motivated and dedicated as well as make a training schedule. Pinterest has endless amounts of how to train for a 5k or if you simply want to start running just cause, Pinterest has that too.
I’ll be posting a 1-month update and 2-month update and document my progress leading up to the big day.
I’m curious, who’s ran a 5k or is planning on running one this year?
Let me know. And make sure to share this on social media.
Until next time, peace Fam. ✌🏽