My run was pretty good with my clinic last night up until I kind of just lost all my energy. I guess I still am recovering from my little bout with the flu. We did Circuit training last night. It was comprised of 3 sections. Agility drills, Hills and Strides. This was a stamina building, cross-training runners dream of a workout. I love the Circuit training that we do. I made it through the Agility Drills and the Hills and let me tell you, I was smokin’ it. I was feel strong and I was in the zone, baby! We got to the last circuit which was to run strides 100 yards, then jog back to start and do this 6 times in total.
I started off good and strong and then the knees just turned to rubber and I totally flatlined. So I decided this morning to give myself one more day off to rest up and get my strength back. I mean, my workout yesterday was quite mediocre.
I am driving into work this morning heading West into the City. Clouds are covering the sky in front of me. Dawn is about to break. I look in my rear view mirror, and my God! The sun is starting to peak out over the horizon. I smile. The effect is glorious. As the Sun continues its ascent in the next few minutes, the light it sheds on the cloud cover is a domino effect. So this colour is being infused into the clouds and it is as if it is chasing me! Absolutely spectacular! And then in a heartbeat the Sun moves above the the clouds and all the colour just disappears. I love the transition of night to day and day to night. I always have.
A friend of mine on Facebook posted a piece about the “I want” syndrome. Her wants are not self-directed and I really liked what she wrote. My suggestion was that we all do one little thing to try and make a difference and I shared with her the little thing that I do and why. I will share this with you.
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