The Snowmageddon-Inspired “Couchaholics” Are Pulled Off the Couch!



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7 Responses

  1. Cassi says:

    Resting can be good as long as you don’t take it too far. It’s great that your support network helped keep you occupied!

  2. I agree. Resting was nice, and my runs felt better afterward as well. Yes, we’re fortunate to have one another!

  3. Nothing better than friends who run and even better, friends who make you run! I would never run more than a couple days if it wasn’t for my running “team.”

    • Annette Annette says:

      Exactly!!!! I completely understand. There are days during the week when I think about not running, but then I remember that if I don’t that I won’t be ready for a long run on Saturday. And there’s no way I’m not going to “hang out” with my friends on the run!

  4. I LOL’d at the 2 pieces of chocolate cake a day. When that happens I use the rationale that the faster I eat it the quicker it will be out of the house and I don’t have to eat it anymore. Works in my brain 🙂

  5. Annette Annette says:

    I had to tell my husband to either finish it off or to throw it away. I couldn’t be around it anymore!! Thankfully, he finished it. It would have been a shame to throw that delicious goodness away. And I’m not so sure I would have been strong enough to do it!

  6. Barbara says:

    My compulsive nature kept me outside and running during Snowmageddon I and II with the exception of one day. (It was so slippery even I couldn’t stand upright!) Got lots of looks in our neighborhood and one hearty, “That’s crazy” but kept on going. Logged at least 5+ miles every day. Not fast miles, mind you, but I was out there! Maybe being a transplanted person from Wisconsin makes me a bit more immune to the cold as well. -17 oh heck, we’ve had -35 for a week long stretch that’s nothing. Met one dude on my runs and he also said that he had run every day. Training is training I guess. It’s all how you look at it and how you handle bad weather. What bad for some may not be bad for me.
    Thankfully that is behind us and we can get things back on track!

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