So like I have said in other blog posts I usually start running at 5 am and it will still be pitch black. There are some sections of my running course that do not have lightning so it’s pretty unnerving running close to them.
When the year started I had about six major goals that I determined to complete over the past week I have added an extra one to that list.
Paul the writer of much of the New Testament text says that “Do you not know that the runners in the stadium all run in the race, but only one wins the prize? Run so as to win. Every athlete exercises discipline in every way. They do it to win a perishable crown, but we…
Over the past two months I have been amazed by the number of people I bump into who are either cycling, running or walking in the early morning hours as they pursue a healthy lifestyle.
When I began to work on my fitness, I felt that I was at a great disadvantage because I did not have access to a gym and the many bills that I had to pay meant that I could not really afford a gym membership.
I hope I will not get bashed for writing an article that gives a comparison to something that I have never experienced and will never have the slightest idea of what it feels like. The information repeated in this article does not take women for granted.
What will I say then, if I am fully committed, what can stop me? What shall separate me from my lofty goals? Shall the rain or the blistering sun or potholes or darkness make me draw back or totally chicken out? No, never, in all these things I am more than a conqueror.
When I started my quest for a healthy lifestyle I was fearful that I would trip up and fail again. After all I have had so many false starts but this time around I did not just have passion I had an unexpected sources of inspiration that has taken me through the two month mark…