Got to crunch... class was full... except the list was full... the actual room was not. Until 11:03. Then I got the boot for people who had signed up on the paper but hadn't bothered to show up on time. Strike 1.
So I went to Paragon Sports instead. I want to buy shirts that are not my $6 Target tank tops to exercise in. I love my $6 Target tank tops, but they ride up and they also are cotton so I sweat through them easily. Unfortunately, my shape is not conducive to most shirts and my sensory issues (I like to wear tighter clothing - I almost always wear a tanktop underneath everything because I hate the feeling of loose fabric on my stomach) ruled out the rest of the shirts. I need a shirt that does not have a built in bra, as I wear a sports bra anyway, but that is form fitting. Apparently they don't make those. Strike two.
Instead, I bought new shorts and a new pair of running capris. The shorts were on sale, and then the capris were 20% off! I definitely have enough pants to run in now, so I need to start concentrating on tops now.
|New running capris by Adidas + running shorts by Brooks|
I do have to say this is a definite drawback of that Crunch. It is a 20 minute walk from me, which isn't that far, but if I walk there for a specific class, I want to take that class. So it sucks that it's not first come first serve based on who shows up to the class on time. That makes more sense to me, but that's also how I've seen it almost everywhere else.
In other news, I bought my veil for my wedding yesterday! No details here because Cameron can't know anything about it, but I'm pumped that everything is coming together!
Have you ever wanted to try something only to hit a setback? Do you have any recommendations for shirts that I might like for running in?