Hey my name's Tony and I love Jesus, running, working hard, making music, and writing poems. I made this blog to share my love for running, my workouts, sometimes my random thoughts, and motivational pictures I make. I always keep it krispy

Today’s Workout

Workout:

- P.m (1:30) - 6.2 mile bike (24:55) and core 

Happy Tuesday everyone, hope you all had a day more wonderful than your face!  Wanted to bike today cause I just got over being sick and I knew running today would’ve sucked so that is why I chose to bike.  I know only biking 6.2 miles in 24:55 doesn’t seen too amazing, but this was on my bike that weighs about 40lbs and it is for sure not made for speed.  It was tough though!  It actually felt really good to go hard for once, or feel out of breathe, so I think I am going to bike for a couple weeks and see where it takes me :)

What was your workout today? 

Today’s Workout

Workout:

- P.m (11:30) - Core

Happy Monday everyone, hope you werent sick all weekend like I was! Had a long day filled with classes, study groups, and homework, but nothing like working on your core at midnight haha. Didnt feel very strong, no suprise there since ive been sick and haven’t been able to workout in whats in forever. Happy to be feeling like myself again :)

Tip of the day: dont get sick

This is how I Feel

When i’m sick 

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When someone eats something you were going to eatimage

When someones interrupts you when you’re telling a joke image

When someone says they’ll text you but never doesimage

When someone complains about being in a sport they choose to be in image

When someones doesn’t do their part in a group project image

When someone complains about something, but won’t take any proactive steps to help better their situation image

When you accidentally make eye contact with someone and they start to tell you their entire life story image

When someone comes into your room and when they leave they don’t close the door image

When people feel the need to force their own opinions on you instead of accepting that everyone is entitled to their own image

When someone makes a really long tumblr post using the same picture over and over again…image

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You don’t run against a bloody stop watch, do you hear? A runner runs against himself, against the best that’s in him. Not against a dead thing of wheels and pulleys. That’s the way to be great, running against yourself. By Bill Persons (via runnersbliss)

Today’s Workout

Workout:

- (A.m) - (5:45) - Strength training:

  • 1 min wall wits w/ 25 lb weight, 20 calve raises (5 times no rest)
  • 5 pull-ups then 10 push-ups (5 times no rest)
  • 50 static core then 30 dynamic core (5 times no rest)

            - (10:30) - warm-up and 2 mile run 

What is up y’all, hope you made someone smile today!  Today I had two okay workouts and when I say “Okay” I mean the text book definition: “satisfactory but not exceptionally or especially good”, that is exactly how my workouts went today.  Maybe its cause I biked to some of my classes yesterday and was a little sore, or maybe its cause I didn’t sleep very well last night and haven’t been all week, a lot of factors go into why I didn’t have the best workouts today.  However, I did get through them.  My shins were sore too and I am really confused to why, they have never been sore ever so I am going to ice tonight and go from there.  Hope you all had a great day :

How was your workout?

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dontthinkrunfast:

So I was reading stories about runners who made insane comebacks, and I stumbled upon this woman right here, and just had to share.  
This is Ana Quirot, a Cuban mid-distance runner. Her first inspiring trait (to me) is the fact that despite being only 5’3”, she ran a 1:58 or faster. But the best part of her story of course lays in her comeback. 
In 1993, while doing laundry (due to a soap shortage she was forced to use isopropyl alcohol), there was an explosion, burning over 1/3 of her body severely. She was seven months pregnant at the time, and the baby did not survive. She wasn’t supposed to, either, but after two months of being Hospitalized, she returned to exercise biking. Although she had very little elasticity in her skin and couldn’t lift her hand over her head, she never gave up, and only 2 years later, she won first place in BOTH the 800 and 400 m races at the 1995 world championships.  I feel like out of all the epic comeback stories out there, this definitely ranks in the top three.

dontthinkrunfast:

So I was reading stories about runners who made insane comebacks, and I stumbled upon this woman right here, and just had to share.
This is Ana Quirot, a Cuban mid-distance runner. Her first inspiring trait (to me) is the fact that despite being only 5’3”, she ran a 1:58 or faster. But the best part of her story of course lays in her comeback.
In 1993, while doing laundry (due to a soap shortage she was forced to use isopropyl alcohol), there was an explosion, burning over 1/3 of her body severely. She was seven months pregnant at the time, and the baby did not survive. She wasn’t supposed to, either, but after two months of being Hospitalized, she returned to exercise biking. Although she had very little elasticity in her skin and couldn’t lift her hand over her head, she never gave up, and only 2 years later, she won first place in BOTH the 800 and 400 m races at the 1995 world championships. I feel like out of all the epic comeback stories out there, this definitely ranks in the top three.