If you had asked me a year ago I never would have imagined that today I would consider myself a runner. I enjoyed walking/running but never anything serious. This summer I started actually training and now I typically run 5k (3.1 miles) anywhere from 2 to 5 times a week. Last night I ran my best time yet, 34:19, which may not be super fast but was quite good for me.
After Christmas J and I bought a treadmill. While I still prefer running outside, it's nice to be able to run regardless of the weather. An added bonus is that when I'm running in the basement no one sees me, which leads me to this workout shirt. There are lots of tutorials on Pinterest but I just winged it. I don't think I'd be comfortable wearing it in public but, when I'm in the privacy of my basement, it's perfect!
Step 1: Find an old, worn out, too big t-shirt. This one is from university and is so worn out and stained that I really shouldn't even wear it as a pj shirt anymore.
Step 2: Cut off the arms, bottom, and neck. I went about an inch past the seam in all places.
Step 3: Turn the shirt over and cut a "v" in the back.
Step 4: Scrunch the back together. Take the piece cut from the bottom and tie it around the scrunched part.
Step 5: Put it on and go work out. Or put it on, take a few pictures, and then sit down on the couch. Yay for rest day.
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