Day 1 of 100

Date: 01/03/2019
Day: 1 of 100
Weight: 257.2 😱
Miles: 2.03
Total Time: 21:35
Avg Pace: 10’37″/mi

They say the first day is the hardest, but I have a feeling that this first day is going to be the easiest. Refreshed and rejuvenated off my Christmas vacation in Switzlerland, these first two miles came pretty easily. I thought about doing another one or two, but remembered this is a marathon, not a sprint – and decided to walk 2 more miles instead of running them for a total of 4 (but I’m only going to count miles I actually run).

Audiobooks are my best friend here. I enjoy reading, and getting lost in a book makes the time not so bad. If anyone reading this has any excellent audiobook suggestions, I’m all ears. As I mentioned in the original post, I just got through reading David Goggins’ Can’t Hurt Me and I could definitely use another page turner.

Anyway, I’m feeling great. Even though I just came off of vacation it was pretty active, as we snowboarded practically every day. 257 pounds seems like so much but I feel fine, it’s even more weird that I can run 2 miles at around 10 min/30 seconds which isn’t the fastest but like dang for day one it doesn’t feel too bad. I’m also purposely blurring the run maps. This is public, and I don’t want anyone to be able to look this up and see where or when I run.

Hubris is the name of the game today. I’m feeling like finding the will to post is going to be harder than getting after it every day. Time will tell.

Total Miles: 2.03

Rudy

I believe in conscious continuous improvement.

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