How many l̶i̶c̶k̶s̶ bites does it take to get to the center of a̶ ̶t̶o̶o̶t̶s̶i̶e̶ ̶p̶o̶p̶ an apple the size of one’s head.
-I counted, 45.
Breakfast of champions: Honeycrisp apple and pretzels stolen from my in-laws before we left.
Don’t mind the greasy hair, maybe I will wash it on Thursday.
As I was getting ready for bed last night I set my alarm for 4 a.m. Yep, I did. Our flight left at 6:45 a.m. this morning and I wanted to get in a short session at the gym before we left.
Rewind, really 4 a.m? That is ridiculous.
I will be home by 5 p.m. today and will have time to go to the gym after. It seemed normal to me to do anything to get that early morning endorphin pumping sweat on.
My name is Janae and I am an exerciseaholic.
I didn’t get up this morning because I knew Billy would probably send me straight to the looney bin but you better believe I will be going when we get home.
So, when does exercise become an addiction? -Exercise is always good for you right.
Anyone else truly addicted to exercise? Make me feel a little better:)
-I like to tell myself that I do it because I am training to someday be a 2:50 marathoner (I am a dreamer but I will do it someday….just give me a little time) but I know deep down at least during this time I am injured, I exercise for the prozac effect and the feeling of accomplishment:)
-At least I am not doing it purely for burning calories or weight loss. A few years ago that used to be the only reason I worked out, now I don’t really even think about that. I also make sure to have one rest day a week. Sometimes, more during running training.
Sometimes I share a little too much personal information but I think you must know by now my head is a little crazy and I truly love hearing your opinions!