Don’t look at me with those judgmental eyes.
I didn’t do it.
I did awesome for two weeks and then did not as awesome for the next two weeks. I don’t really have a good excuse…but here comes a few.
I still strongly dislike working out. Even more, I also strongly dislike writing about working out. It combines one of the things I love the most with one of the things I never enjoy doing.
Why does it take so long to get something out of working out? What’s the return on investment? If I exercise for a half hour every day how long does it extend my life? If it’s only a half hour then I would rather simply use my time more wisely and get more out of life now.
Now to look on the bright side.
I did work out more in February than most of the last year—combined. At least I accomplished something.
I still pushed myself to do something that other people tell me is healthy.
I found something that I want to get into shape for. A friend of mine is going backpacking this summer and I want to go with him since I haven’t gone backpacking in years. I already booked the vacation time at work so I should make the most of it.
I’ll keep trying to make this a habit.
Catch up on the rest of the 30 day Challenges
- 30 Day Challenge: Scripture Reading
- 30 Day Challenge: First Challenge Complete
- 30 Day Challenge: Workout Every Day
- 30 Day Challenge: Workout Every Day—Week One
- 30 Day Challenge: Workout Every Day—Week Two
- 30 Day Challenge: Workout Every Day—Week Three
Eviscerate: Book 3 in the Ronos Trilogy
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