It’s exercise time!
First you must procure yourself the right clothing. You’ll need something that allows for free and unrestricted movement but does not flap around loosely. So, if you don’t already have one, you should get yourself a unitard. Don’t try to chicken out by getting a men’s unitard. It has to be a women’s unitard. Below you’ll find some examples of what I mean. You may choose black or navy blue but I’d really prefer a light pastel color and they can be with or without sleeves.
Now start a routine early morning run – properly dressed of course. It doesn’t have to be in the morning but that is probably the best time for those of you who are shy. You’ll need some decent running shoes too but here you MUST get the shoes that fit you best – even if they’re men’s shoes. In the interest of your health and safety, you should not try to put looks over practicality when it comes to running shoes.
Keep this up at least twice per week. Start easy and don’t push yourself hard. In fact, don’t push yourself at all but ease into the routine and you might very well come to enjoy it.
Thank Krista Stockings for giving me the idea for this task (Krista’s version was slightly different but this is just the first step – more will follow…)