the best thing that's happened is that I'm eagerly working out nearly every day. since I've been released from the tyranny of having to run a half-marathon, I've been having a much better time with my running. I limit it to three days a week: tuesdays and thursdays I run for half an hour at a 1.0 incline at 6.5 mph, then on saturday or sunday I run six miles at roughly a 10min / mile pace. I do the weekend run outside and the weekday runs inside, on the treadmill. I do the shorter runs on a treadmill to keep myself going faster than I'd like to.
the other days I'm doing yoga. mostly power yoga. yoga is my favorite. while at uga, I had the best ever yoga teacher, ruth allen. I don't know much about yoga outside, but I can say that ruth is the best yoga teacher ever. before I had to get a full-time job in philadelphia, I used to do yoga every day at dhyana yoga. that was when they had jivamukti yoga every day. once I got a real job, I stopped doing yoga, but now I have youtube and Bryan Jones.
he's no Brian Jones, but he calls breaths with poses and doesn't rush through things just because his practice is called power yoga.