Sometimes the momentum just never ends. Although, it’s not necessarily a bad thing, having a change in momentum is great. I’ve kind of had the “blues” after my marathon. I just didn’t know what to do with myself afterwards. I have some races on the calendar later this summer and year, but it just seems like the anticipation and excitement from my BIG race this year has left me a little blue. So, momentum had kind of slowed down for a bit.
I took a week off of pretty any physical activity following my run, and about 2 weeks off of eating anything good for me. I DON’T SUGGEST THIS TO ANYONE! It was originally going to just be one week, but I slipped into the “I’ll start tomorrow mentality.” We all know how that story goes. But, finally after getting back in the gym and putting miles under my feet, you really leave yourself no choice but to watch what you eat.
My goal this summer is to get into the best physical shape I’ve ever been in. This past Wednesday, my roommate and I started a 28 Day Detox through my company, Arbonne International. It focuses mainly on rebalancing your body through nutrition, while eliminating all processed, sugar-laced, refined, and down-right unhealthy foods. The detox will help to identify food allergies and intolerances by eliminating them from your lifestyle, and slowly reintroducing some foods at the conclusion of 28 days.
I am going to be “Fueled by Arbonne” throughout my races this summer 🙂
Hope everyone is having a fabulous
Krystal’s Quick Tip- Hydration and Clothing:
With the hot Summer months approaching, be smart with your hydration and clothing choices. Choose electrolyte rich drinks with little or no sugar. If you sweat a lot, you may look into salt pills or supplements of that nature. If you are going to be outside running, make sure to carry water. Dress in light colored, breathable fabrics. Dri-fit and wicking fabrics provide the most enjoyable experiences while participating in activities outdoors.