but that's not what i came here to tell you about.
no friends, i came here today to write to you about starting my couch to 5k program, which is going to help me complete my rad color run on july 21st.
|ryan, i'm doing this for you.|
last night i packed up my gym bag, which happens to display one of my favorite gilmore girls quotes:
|if they did, then i'd be wifed up a million times by now.|
|you know it, sweet brown.|
normally, i'd take this as a hint to grab some wonton soup, a vat of orange juice and lay on the couch for the rest of the week. instead, this time i'm going to try and sweat it out at the gym, and release the toxins or what have you.
i used to actually do this when i used to do hot yoga. yes, i did hot yoga on the regular for a while when i was still living in florida. i just haven't found a studio that i liked here in nyc so it kind of dropped off the mat. the mat, get it? like a yoga mat? i'm FUNNY.
back to the matter at hand: whenever i had a cold, i would sign up for a hot yoga class that day and literally feel the sweat cleansing me. so why couldn't some gym time do the same? i'm not going to go all crazy and try to run when my lungs feel like they are a quarter-tank full. plus, i think part of the reason that hot yoga worked was because i also really enjoyed the class. and let's be honest, i don't really enjoy running.
|dead on, ann perkins.|