By Elizabeth MacRae, Staff WriterWhen I was a teenager, my parents used to make me run every summer when they were in a hurry.
They were never very good at it and I was always too tired to really enjoy it.
They made it a regular part of my life.
It was fun, I loved it, and I loved being around people and being able to run with them.
But eventually, the days of running on the treadmill were over, replaced by a life of leisure.
When I first became an entrepreneur, I used to look at the treadmill and think, Why do I even bother?
Why do people even care about running on a treadmill?
When I became a personal trainer, I started running on my treadmill for fun, too.
I’m happy with my results, and for that I’m very grateful.
I started out in the fitness world in 2009, just as the recession was hitting, but I quickly switched to the treadmill for some fitness training, including weightlifting.
I love how it helps me stay focused, because I feel like I’m on the path to success.
I also enjoy the way the treadmill can help me connect with people and get my feet wet in social settings.
My friends are always telling me how much fun it is.
If I’m running, I’m not just going to hang out with people I don’t know.
I want to spend time with people that I can talk to.
It’s fun to keep track of how many miles I run, whether I’m in the top 50, and how much time I spend on the trail.
I get to know people I didn’t know before, and they’re helping me with things I need help with.
When you’re doing something you enjoy, you want to stay in that groove.
When I started my own business, I also started using a treadmill for workouts.
It’s a great way to meet new people and have fun together.
I’m glad I was able to spend so much time on the elliptical.
The treadmill and elliptical combined have given me a lot of satisfaction and I love that I still get to be in a place of exercise, even if it’s for a couple of hours at a time.