Tub on the Run

Juneathon Day 2: Om nom nom


I love a good weekend of marshalling, but I do suffer with a marshal hangover.  Tiredness, lack of concentration and EAT ALL THE THINGS!

Today’s contribution is yoga.  20 minutes of yoga to help ease my sore muscles and help my spine to click.  I really enjoy the Ekhart Yoga videos, they move at the right pace for me and I don’t find them unachievable (damn you SeaWheeze – I cannot do all of your poses!).

I did struggle to do this today.  My motivation is non-existent when I am tired so I had to force any kind of activity today.

It’s only a short one today, as my brain is dribbling out of my ears and I need to go to bed!  Here is hoping for a more awake and more interesting Juneathon tomorrow.

Goodnight all!


Author: Steph

Blogger learning to live a healthier life, losing weight and starting to run.

9 thoughts on “Juneathon Day 2: Om nom nom

  1. ah yes, EAT ALL THINGS YOGA… my favourite sort

  2. Ewww dribbling brains, best you rest up!

  3. I always find myself jumping around with heaps of energy when I’m marshaling but then ready to wolf all the support food down afterwards!
    I’ll have to check out that yoga for runners video. Desperate to find one that helps loosen my running muscles!

  4. I had to take things easy yesterday, jogging doesn’t agree with, could barely move out of bed in the morning! Hopefully we’ll both be on track today! 🙂

  5. Tiredness and being out of routine are my worst times for mindlessly stuffing things into my mouth so I feel your pain.

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