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I'm endeavoring to implement a regular workout regiment at one of the buildings on my college campus. I've tried doing it in areas where my semi-regular walks take me, like this morning when I walked past a high school and I hung upside down from this metal structure that was just sitting off to the wayside of a path I was on. Yes, I know I have a propensity to ramble a little, it's a habit that I question.
In any case, I have some fears. I want to start building up a runners' tolerance but every time I've tried to do it outside I get a stitch in my side and my energy quickly runs out. I fear never being able to build up the running stamina I want, so I'm going to try some solutions. For one thing, I'm going to try actually wearing a sports bra (who knows, maybe it won't be a pain in the ass like a wired bra is which is why I don't wear them). And secondly, I'm going to do this exercise at a building that is outfitted for this kind of recreational activity. Lastly, I plan to evaluate my diet and figure out why it's so easy for my limbs to get heavy after a short period of running.
Furthermore, it's good to try to get into a regular schedule because it's stability and predictability, two things which I need to have more of right now. I'm not sure what day of the week I'll be doing this on, but I think I can get that figured out during the course of this week.