Week 2, Day 1 — I was kind of dreading this one, because it looked like a lot more things to do than the first week. Well, it’s not that the program isn’t kicking my ass, because it is, but it wasn’t all that bad.
I was home today, because Kat’s got something medical going on, and I really didn’t want to work out. I was tired. I was grumpy. And I’m really not exceptionally self-motivated when given the opportunity to slack off. But somehow, I managed to dig in there and do it.
Glad I did. Things were great, and I didn’t feel too bashed by the workout in the end. Mostly, so far, it’s been stretching and physical therapy-type stuff, combined with a 12 minute cardio portion where you keep your heart rate in zone 1 (For me, 112-135 bpm). That wasn’t all too hard.
So yeah. I’m still here. Still working this business.
I started a food journal today, to make sure I’m keeping honest about my food consumption. I’m a little more hungry than I am on normal days, so I’m a little suspicious. Food journals are good, I’m told. Seems like that’s true.
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