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Old 06-21-2012, 12:04 PM   #3 (permalink)
RunbikeSki
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Hi mintchip,
You are right there is never a perfect day where all the stars align and you suddenly say "hey, let's go to the gym!"

You have to set a goal, like Nik says and then make the time - you rarely find the time... if you know what I mean. Even in the 'burbs you should be able to find an interesting stretch of road or trail to run. Just keep looking. Maybe that's Goal #1: Find a good street/trail/park. Then Goal #2: Get up one morning (I know you aren't a morning person, but personally if I don't get it done in the morning it just won't get done) and go.

It is usually just getting over that first hump (energy of activation in physics & chemistry) and then the rest of the pieces will fall in.

And BTW the mean Super Moderator says "SNAP OUT OF IT!"
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