Saturday, July 30, 2011
Miles, Pounds and Songs
I finally saw some movement on the scale today! It was even in the right direction ;). I'm now down a little over 38 lbs. I lost 2.4 this week. I am really starting to think that the last couple of weeks have been due to my calorie deficit being out of control. I made sure to get more (mostly healthy) calories in this week. Hopefully I'll be able to keep that going!
I have some new running songs to add to my list on here. I am so addicted to music, and I get bored with my running playlist quickly. I'm sure I'll be posting new songs pretty regularly.
"A Little Less Conversation" (JXL Remix) Elvis Presley
"A little less conversation, a little more action." The lyrics say it all. The beat to this is really fun to run to, also.
"Pain" Jimmy Eat World
Maybe it's just me, but the title seems to be super appropriate for a running playlist ;) Love this one.
"Run-Around" Blues Traveler
I have always loved Blues Traveler. This song is just fun.
"Canned Heat" Jamiroquai
"Got canned heat in my heels tonight!" This is another old-ish song that I've always liked.
"Check Yes, Juliet" We the Kings
"Run baby, run! Don't ever look back!"
"Magic" B.o.B featuring Rivers Cuomo (Weezer)
This song is so much fun and it gets me excited about running. I've also loved Weezer since I was a kid, so I'm a sucker for Rivers Cuomo.
Ok, so those are my new running songs. Does anyone have any other new songs in their playlist worth sharing? I'm always open to new suggestions ;)
I'm kind of a nerd when it comes to information on running. I seriously love researching exercise and running. I was looking up ways to deal with running pain and prevent it. I like to pass along what I've learned, but please remember that I am in not a doctor, nurse or anything like that. I'm just sharing what I read from reliable sources. On with the info. Apparently, you're supposed to take a cold bath after running and save those hot soaks until 24 hours after your run. I tried it today. I was feeling a little blue lipped during the cold bath. Hopefully it will help my legs recover a bit faster! I'll keep you posted.