I have not been feeling up to par, not ill, just very tired, like I can't seem to get enough sleep even though I get at least 8 hours every night, sometimes more. This effects my workout mojo , so I skip a day here and there and when I don't workout I feel more tired so it's an ugly cycle that I'm spinning about in at the moment.What did you think of the article, did you take anything away? How has your workout mojo been working? I'd love to hear from you, and as always, happy Friday!
I pushed myself to the indoor boot camp class today and it was a total fail. The sub instructor last week was great but the regular person, not so much. She was 15 minutes late and then spent another 10 minutes farting around with the music player, which never worked. Disorganization and tardiness are two things that I have low tolerance for. The class was nothing like last week, just a lot of flinging around with no rhyme or reason to it. Needless to say, I won't be going back.
When I enjoy the activity it's not a chore, but rather an exhilarating physical challenge. But I'm the first one to say, if you don't enjoy it, find something you do. I like weight lifting, so I'm going to get back to that, I like Zumba, walking the mountain and the neighborhood, so I'm sticking with that.
But I feel like my cardio-fitness level is stagnating so I want something with more intensity but something that isn't tough on the body. Not sure what to do about that at the moment. I think that may be a goal for the New Year, so I'll be thinking on that.
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