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Okay, so I learned several lessons today. First, my schedule has been super weird this week, but I have been very faithful to my daily workouts for the past two weeks–no skipping and no fudging. However, this morning, I had to be somewhere before 7 am, and decided to do Brain Fitness Fun later in the day. Then, because today was going to be super-hectic, I decided to just wait until this evening to exercise, when I knew I was supposed to lead my Bible study group in yoga. Then, group was canceled for tonight! In the end–at around 8 pm–my daughter and I went for an interval jog/walk session. Lesson 1-Never put off working out any later than absolutely necessary. The later I wait to exercise, the less likely it is to happen. Lesson 2-Never depend on my group to help me meet my daily exercise “quota”. That seems to be a lesson I have to keep re-learning. Lesson 3- You are what you eat–especially when you plan to go running in 80 degree weather–and, apparently, I ate acid reflux. On a scale of 1 to 10 in healthy eating (1 being least healthy), my dinner was about a -4. While the burning sensation in my upper GI wasn’t pleasant, it didn’t stop me from finishing my run, and it was an object lesson about healthy eating. So, I think I’ll go ahead and do Brain Fitness Fun tomorrow and maybe eat a salad:) mmmmmm…salad.
Good morning, Jessica! I just completed your 35 Minute Cardio Strength Step Circuit YouTube workout! Whew! That is an amazing workout! Thank you for continuing to produce effective and challenging, yet doable, workouts! I love my purchased workouts, but I love the YouTube workouts, too. There is such a variety that my motivation stays high and my body never gets to used to any particular workout, so the workouts continue to be highly effective. I am so looking forward to your next DVD and YouTube workouts!!
The last couple of weeks, my workouts have been a little erratic due to some unusual schedule disruptions. Although I’ve been walking(outside in the real world) a lot more, I have a real fear that I’ll lose focus and fall off the exercise wagon, so to speak, because it’s happened too many times in the past for me to think I’m ever safe from backsliding. So, Monday (yesterday), I got up and did Interval Mix; today I got up and did Total Body Training–two of my challenge workouts. That was a good start to this week. This evening, my daughter told me she wanted to start back running. Since I had been planning on taking the dog walking anyway, I decided to join her on week 1 of the C25K program. The dog was satisfied, she was proud, and I was reassured that I won’t be falling off the exercise wagon anytime soon! Thank you, Jessica, for providing such a supportive environment!
Hi, Jessica, do you have an approximate release date for phase 3? I’m on my last week of phase 2 (round 4). Thanks!
This morning I subbed in one of the YouTube videos, Stretch, Rest and Relax, instead of the pre-hab routine. It felt great to stretch deeply and thoroughly. Now, I want to go take a nap…..