Mid-Week Motivation

I’m inspired and motivated by words and a collector of quotes. One of my recent favorites is by Kristin Armstrong, author of Mile Markers: The 26.2 Most Important Reasons Why Women Run and at one time a distance runner and triathlete and now a professional road bicycle racer. 

The words are so true. The feelings at the end of a run ARE addicting. Never do I recall ending a run and feeling bad.

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What are your favorite quotes? Have you ever finished a run, ride, walk or workout and felt bad afterwards? What feelings do you associate with physical fitness?

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About Jill Conyers

My name is Jill, welcome to my blog! Jill Conyers | Fitness, Health and Happiness follows my life and my passion for family, fitness, nutrition and healthy living. I love being outdoors, conversations with my kids, run dates with my husband and creating in the kitchen.

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11 comments on “Mid-Week Motivation

  1. Im weights and I KNOW what motivates me is when Im done I feel BIGGER, stronger and as though I take up more space in the world…not less.

  2. AHHH!i totally relate to that quote too! it truly is addicting. i call it the “runners high.” you feel so accomplished and awesome after a big run: part of the reason i love getting out and moving so much! SPA LOVE

  3. No matter if it’s the runner’s high after an awesome sweaty run or a great lifting sesh at the gym, I love the feeling of feeling like I worked my body. I love feeling that I’m getting stronger, faster and more fit.

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