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Saturday, June 12, 2010

I woke up this morning feeling like it would be the perfect kind of day to tuck into the sofa with a giant mug of tea and watch episodes of So You Think You Can Dance and The Bachellorette all day. I would have LOVED to be at the cottage this weekend, but work and weather conspired against me. So, I woke up this moring (an hour too early thanks to the demaning cat) and went to teach Belly Bootcamp. My lovely ladies filed in quietly this morning, one by one, and sat down on the floor. Turns out we were all having a "blah" day.

It could have been the weather or the planetary allignment, or our [lack of] mutual energy collecting in the room.... I think if I had suggested in earnest that we skip the class for the day and go for breakfast, they would have been fighting me to get out of the building! But - we pushed though -- of course we did! And? We all felt better at the end of it. A little exercise is ALWAYS good for the mind, body and soul.

Do I want to clean the house or run a list of errands because of my workout this morning? No way. But perhaps I won't feel so guilty when the sofa envelopes me this afternoon for some much deserved rest.

 

Activity: taught Belly Bootcamp - focusing mainly on strength exercises today

Breakfast:
1 cup water
1 bowl Raisin Bran with 1% milk

1 cup water

Lunch:
2 cups water
1 cup coffee with 1% milk
1 sunny side up egg
2 small slices whole grain bread with scant butter
1 small sweet potato pancake
1 tbs bruschetta mix

Snack (at the movies):
1 cup Diet Coke
a couple handfuls of popcorn
a couple handfuls of Sweedish Berries

Dinner:
2 cups water
1 cup shrimp and veggie stirfry over rice
1 small piece garlic bread
1 small side salad with light greek dressing

 




" Before I started working out with Liz, there were mornings when I could hardly get out of bed or even put on my own socks as result of chronic lower back pain and over-all muscle tightness. By focusing on core-strength and basic range-of-motion exercises, we were able overcome these aliments within a few short weeks before moving on to regime..."
-John Miller