Habit Forming

My workouts are pretty regimented.  Boot-camp 3 days a week, running 4 days.  I’m often done with my workouts before my family has gotten themselves out of bed which means I’m up very early and out the door in the dark.  I don’t give it much thought really, it’s what I do and it’s become second nature.

Now, with that said, there are days that I have to skip a run.  But see, what happens with this exercise-thing is you start to crave the activity.  You start to need it.  When I can’t run I just don’t feel the same without it and my day is affected by it.

If you are new to working out or running and don’t understand what I’m talking about, I encourage you to keep at it.  You’ll soon see what I mean and very quickly you’ll be as passionate about it as I am.

Even better, your passion for health and fitness will encourage and motivate your friends!

Now go run!

Keli 🙂

PS – We are midway through our October Challenge!  Please share with me how you’re doing!

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