Good Boy Mudd

We have enough youth, how about a fountain of Smarts-

There really is no need to set up this video for you this morning … Its brilliant:

Where were we?!?  Diversions!

More times than not it seems that we have forgotten all about the simple diversions in our lives that help us to decompress from our daily concerns.  For many of our Dear Readers this moment of forgetfulness can be found in at the local gym, a yoga mom class or a trail run in a nearby park.  This sacred refuge can also be found in our gardens where tilling soil can clear away the stress of a rough day.  For many others chopping up some veggies in the  kitchen sweeps away the frustrations of our nagging boss at work.  We may also find relief  chatting amongst friends one night down at the pub or out in the bright sunshine during a weekend morning walk  with a close friend.  This place may also reside on the inter-webz.  Where we can roar with laughter at a  silly pooch jumping on a trampoline.

Wherever this place is for you, peeps it is vitally important for us to go there regularly.   The more you punish yourself Running, Training, Lifting, Dieting?  The very people around you don’t get the best of you!  It very well may be  in these quiet diversions that we find peace …  Sh!t Son!!!  Did you see that dog try to do a nose-stand!?!

The Plan-

The Workout-

We were just finishing making a sandwich when you stopped over for a visit, how nice of you!

Happy Hips Warm Up followed by a nice 30 Minute Trail Run, and finishing with a Happy Hips Cool Down.

If you want to add some zing to your sammy?  Just add, oh let’s say … 100 Hard Style KB Swings after the Trail Run.

Notes:

Let these numbers marinate in the old noggin for a spell:  10k and 30 minutes.  Go ahead and say these numbers out loud at your desk … 10k, 30 minutes!

You Got Smoked By a 13 Year Old Dude?!?

To be a kid again?!?  We spend our whole entire adult lives trying to be young in body.  How about young in heart and mind?  Be well today and ENJOY!!!

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27 Comments on “Good Boy Mudd”

  1. bipolarmuse says:

    I think I love Mud…

  2. Jill says:

    Cutest video ever.

  3. Sandra says:

    This is HILARIOUS!

  4. LizForADay says:

    10K 30 min, 10K 30 min, LOL! 10K 30 Min..It sounds so good. :)

  5. urbanbeings says:

    mehehehe! just beautiful! :) being young of heart and mind is truly the fountain of youth!

  6. ctkwingchun says:

    Sh!t just got real with that dog nose-stand. Fur real. ;)

  7. Garagegym107 says:

    I’m coming to the end of my work day. That video is the perfect ending along with the look on the childs face when mom rides of on his tricycle. Have a great evening!

  8. garagegym107 says:

    Reblogged this on garagegym107 and commented:
    Couldn’t help but share this video! Pure bliss from the eyes of Mudd. Enjoy!

  9. bgddyjim says:

    The perfect distraction! My wife and I both laughed out loud. Thanks for that.

  10. Somer says:

    Sorry, my best 10k time is 51, I’m no Ryan Hall (though I do worship him, he’s like a frikkin’ gazelle)!

    • CultFit says:

      The kid in the article is brilliant! If his parents don’t mess him up he will grow into an even better runner in a few years.
      I had the chance to watch him run a few times and as you can imagine he runs like a kid, carefree and for fun. Dare I say he really does not push himself all that much. Ryan Hall is the model of efficiency for runners to look up to. We hear “run harder” a lot when we should be hearing more “run efficiently” given your body type and level of fitness.

    • Somer says:

      So cool. It’s amazing to see that kind of natural ability. I’ve been passed by plenty of people much older and younger than me. It’s a humbling thing!

      Ryan Hall’s dad used to tie one of his arms to him while he was running to teach him not to swing it so far out. Paula Radcliffe bobs her head when she runs, and Emile Zatopek was straight out sloppy. Amazing that even with those ‘tics’ how gifted those individuals are.

      While I’ll never be gifted (or likely never get to Boston) I’m still happy to have the ability AND desire to run at all :)

    • CultFit says:

      Eh, Boston?!? Who cares about that place. Horrible food, spoiled sports fans … An over crowded marathon! ;)
      A beautiful older woman I train with ran Boston last year for her first time and was thrilled at the opportunity. She still prefers local races and competing with friends. We’ll be out in the Omaha marathon this weekend hanging out!