I just woke up to this:
Does it make anyone else happy to wake up and see the moon? And the clear sky means an outdoor run!
Yesterday I had to hit the treadmill for 5 easy miles, so I figured I might as well drive a little further and go to the other gym which has…a pool! That’s right, I swam. I hate swimming, and I swam. FAR (for me). I did 1500, but broken up into 50s and 100s. Swimming is so weird for me, while I’m doing it it feels so much harder than running but five seconds after I’m done, I don’t feel like I got a workout at all. Even when I’m doing a recovery run and it feels super easy, I finish and feel awesome. I’m not sure if it’s psychological or if it has something to do with working in water.
And being Friday, we decided it was pizza day. I considered saving it for Sunday when I’m running longer but decided a swim is farther out of my comfort zone than a long run so I should eat it if I wanted to 😉
Terrible photo. I took it in the dark and while the pizza was sitting on my lap 6 inches from my phone. Oops. I always start eating the pizza before I remember. I don’t have the same problems with restraint with my healthier meals I guess.
Today is a short and easy 4 miles in what looks like it’s going to be beautiful sunshine! And Insanity plyo, which my legs are strangely craving. My arms aren’t as sore as I thought they would be, I did 75 pushups yesterday and thought they would kill today but only a little around the shoulder. I guess I should add another set when I do them tomorrow 🙂 I’m very much reevaluating my ability to get to 100 in a row but I’m going to leave it out there as my goal. I may not get it but I’d rather strive for a big number and get as close as I can.
Which exercises make you the most sore? Plyo for me, sore somewhere every time. I love it.
When is your birthday? I’ve got birthdays on the brain! My good friend had one yesterday, my sister-in-law in a couple days, and me in one week