Saturday, November 29, 2008

Looking ahead

Horsie courtesy of Flickr.

Not sure what to do after the couch to 5K.
The community hospital is hosted a series of Yoga classes. Hafta say, one of the main attractions is the fact that it's a ten minute walk from my house. Could easily fit it in on my way home from work. Except I should probably be looking for something more aerobic if I want the scale to budge.

Total fantasy... there are stables around... only a forty minute drive and I could take riding lessons... which are pricy :(

Okay then, how about Aikido? Looks like a good place about a ten minute drive away. Except that I keep visualizing a classes filled with very short, flexible midget children, and myself towering above them.

I could always keep running... increasing the pace or working on running up hills. I like the structure of the program, the way the voice told me when to run and when to walk. It was great not to have to worry about it.

Giveaway du jour: Hell, haven't I give everything away already? Who knew I had so much stuff. Okay, fine. Another book gets the toss.
Two books -- I'm getting better at this!

Exercise du jour: Raking, weeding, gardening. It's not exciting, but it's necessary. Plus, it really is a workout if you do it enough -- and Lord knows I need to do it a lot.
Oh, Frapp! You'd think after exercising for 29 days straight it would have become automatic. But noooOOOOoooo. It wasn't until 8 pm that I remembered that I was supposed to move my body today. Pushups and kettlebell arm exercises. Sadly, the leaves will still be there tomorrow.


Keziah Fenton said...

What the hell were you doing up so early? Tomorrow is Xenia's marathon not today. I'm not getting up at 4am to run with her though. I will do some sympathetic training today. The more attention I pay to Team CB the more I get out there. Hmmm.I see a trend.

sallyth- what's with these verifications lately? to be sweet and feisty like Sally Field?

The Merry said...

Go Keziah! Sympathy train!
(I'm keeping my fingers crossed for Xenia, but I'm not going to get up in the wee small hours to sympathy jog. I'll cross sympathetic fingers instead.)