Thursday, February 10, 2011
So I was thinking yesterday about my blog (should have been writing, I know....I am sorry!). I think I might start posting my recipes only once a week instead of daily. Looking over my own blog I think it would just make it easier for the reader and myself. I will still try and post my daily meals, but some time on the weekend I will write a full post of all the recipes I used. If there is ever something one of you comes across and would like the recipe sooner, please feel free to contact me at email@example.com and I will be more then happy to send it your way.
Now, one more thing before I head off for a while. My work outs yesterday...... When I got up yesterday morning I didn't want to do a work out, I wasn't going either. Then I came to my computer and started reading my blogs I follow daily. Well they surely inspired me and instead of finishing the read then, I went and got changed into my work out clothes and did 45 minutes on the Wii Fit. After the work out was done, I did come and finish reading every ones posting!!!!! So I just want to thank you all for the inspiration, whether you know it or not, reading your blogs helps me alot. Now for my evening work out, again I wasn't really planning on working out last night but I got some inspiration from a T.V. show this time. I started watching I Use To Be Fat , on MTV. Wow, its the first time I have seen it, I am not one to watch MTV a whole lot, seems how my TV is on kids shows all day long and then in the evening I seem to be to busy to watch much else. Anyways, back to my point here. This show is about young teens tyring to lose weight, from what I have gathered from the 2 shows I watched last night is that they have about 100 days with a trainer and they work their ass off to lose the weight. They are taught how to eat correctly, how to deal with emotions and how to exercise right. So after watching about 25 minutes of the first show, I felt the need to exercise. I was thinking what I could do so I was still able to watch the rest of this show. So I broke out the Wii fit balance board, my runners, and my pedometer, and decided I was doing to keep doing step ups till the end of the show. And that's what I did. I know these step ups aren't as high as some exercise ones but still after 10 minutes I was ready to give up, but I pushed my way through it and kept going till the end, a whole 35 minutes and a hell of a lot of sweat. When I took off my pedometer I was surprised to see I did well over 4000 steps, actually it was 4684. I was thinking maybe 500, but nope I was wrong. I guess when I got into the rhythm of the steps and the show at the same time, I kinda forgot about how much I was really doing. All I know is that I was excited when I seen that big number.