First Day of owning up

Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Alright here we go.
Yesterday I overslept and did not get my workout in in the morning. I usually go to a turbokick class on Monday nights but my youngest had a soccer game so I was not able to go however, I had every intention on getting some cardio done when we got home. Well....as we were there my husband wanted to watch part of a friend's sons baseball game after the soccer game-we got home by 7 and I was starving! So I had 1 taco with black beans, meat, avocado and salsa-YUMMY. While I was waiting for the taco to be fixed I nibbled on some chips and guacamole (one of my weaknesses). Well by then it was 7:45 and I had to help my son finish his homework. Then came after 8-time to switch laundry and well by then I was pooped!
So, with every good intention I planned on being in bed by 9 pm to be able to get up at 5. My hubby was watching The Hangover in our room (Hilarious movie!!) so by 10 I was able to get the lights off and to bed. Then at 11 I was woken up by the phone by a wonderful neighbor calling to let me know that we forgot to close our garage door so then it took awhile to fall back to sleep. This morning my alarm did not go off at 5 but at 5:25 I woke up-jumped up and figured 20 minutes of exercise was better than nothing so that was what I did! I pushed myself and did 20 minutes on the treadmill. On a 2% incline I did 3 minutes of walking at 3.6 to warm up then 3 min. at 5 then 3 min at 6 then back down for 3 @ 5, then 3 @ 6, then 3 at 5 then took the last 3 minutes bringing it down slowly from 4-2.5. So I am happy to have gotten that in at least.
My plan is to do CE for about 40 minutes so I can get my lifting in while my son is at soccer practice...wish me luck and I will let you know tomorrow how it went! emoticon
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