5 Tips to Spice Up Your Workout Routine

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6 Responses

  1. Rob Vanasco says:

    Thanks Alexandra! Great post. I’ve also started running without music at all, just to listen to the sounds of nature. You’d be surprised what kind of things your brain will work on when running. The trick would be to find a topic to focus your mind on so that you don’t think about running. You could redesign your home, or contemplate your perfect life, spend a few million dollars, or new business ideas…whatever.

    • Alexandra says:

      You’re welcome! I do that all the time too! I don’t run without music, but I daydream all the time. I even get worked up about something I’m thinking and I start running faster and a little angrily.

  2. Rob Vanasco says:

    have you thought about doing a post about the differences and/or advantages of running in intervals vs. straight running/jogging?

    • Alexandra says:

      Not yet. I haven’t given running in intervals a serious attempt yet. I tend to mess it up. I run to the way that I feel. I run faster and for longer if I’m upset (to let out steam) or slower if I’m bored. So i haven’t been able yet to run decently on intervals.
      But when I manage to, I’ll be sure to write about it. I could based on research, but it just doesn’t feel right until I tick it off my list, if you know what I mean.

  3. Coach Rollie says:

    Music is a great way to get motivated and stay motivated through you workout. Good post.

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