Mind games make it easier to run through a tough run. Lately, the humidity is what makes getting out for a run tough. When I start running, I look for things that are good like little breezes or the fact that it's not as warm as it could be.
Once I'm really feeling the humidity, I need to begin the numbers games. For instance, if I'm doing 5 loops, everything after the 3rd loop feels like I'm nearly done. Then I can start playing the food game when it's time to plan out how I'm going to refuel. The goal: nutritious and delicious.
Hopefully, the Klean Athlete Recovery drink that I was given at the recent local triathlon expo in The Woodlands (even though I didn't race) will fit into that healthy and tasty category. Also, I look forward to trying the Java Pro whey protein that showed up in my mailbox unexpectedly.
Other free items that I've received are items I requested online like the nicely scented Greek yogurt honey lotion and tea I requested through All You.
Update: I also find out about a lot of free offers because I follow Money Saving Mom on Twitter.
- Friday: 7 Mile Run, Coach Jay's Core Routine
- Saturday: 4 Mile Run, C Tolle's Davenport Dumbbells Video for Arms
- Sunday: Rest.
Do you have any tips for getting free stuff in your mailbox?