For the first ten minutes of this movie, I had no idea what was going on. It was some sort of an artsy montage, featuring stills from the movie I was about to watch, set to a score of classical music. During this time, I read a magazine, hoping this part would end soon.
I was first interested in Friends with Kids because I heard it was written, directed, and starred in by Jon Hamm’s long time girlfriend, Jennifer Westfeldt. I was hooked once I saw the trailer: the movie seemed like a hilarious adaptation of the (almost) over-done ‘falling in love with your best friend’ shtick. Somehow, though, Friends with Kids made the familiar story line seem brand-new.
Last week’s post established why running is the best exercise and highlighted different ways to approach running around campus. In the attempt to bring all of the gym rats into the running game, as well as fend off the fear of rain, a description on the best way to use a treadmill is also necessary.
Although I personally love going for long runs outdoors and being able to follow my favorite trails and routes around Winston, there are definitely days that I only have 20 minutes to work out. For me, going for a 20-minute jog just won’t cut it—I need a little bit more to my workout. In those cases, I head to the Miller Center and hit the treadmill for maximum calorie burn in the shortest amount of time possible. In other words, I use the treadmill to run intervals.