As I’ve mentioned before, I am loving the spinning classes I’m taking. In an effort to make up for the lack of exercise since Friday, I thought I’d go all “gung-ho” and take 2 classes yesterday, back to back.
I’m not quite sure how that idea popped into my head, but I was going with it.
After my two hours were up, my knee caps flew off and shattered the mirrors in the spinning room. I picked up my caps, and headed home. I was slightly concerned that I had over done it. I was smiling, and proud of myself, but in the back of my mind, I just kept thinking…
“GURL, you are gonna regret this in the morning.”
Adam was seriously concerned about me and my missing knee caps, but I awoke this morning feeling great!
I also signed up for an 8 week class at my gym. The class is described as a “HARD CORE, in your face bootcamp that consists of a combination of strength training, cardio, plyometrics, core exercises, and flexibility for all ages, shapes and sizes”.
They put “hard core” in caps, not me.
I was thinking that I should do more group-type classes, along the lines of Crossfit, but a touch less insane.
Plus, I figured nothing will get me moving more than a class full of other women and they’re judging eyes.
Right? Women judge! Don’t try and tell me you don’t, ’cause you do, and you know it!
In other useless news: I have a daily calendar at my desk. Ya know the ones, a 365-er, where each day is a different picture. I like to get one every year, a few years ago I had “The Office” quotes, and last years was Boston Terrier puppies. This years winner was “Awkward Family Photos”.
I know they sell ones that are “Brain Teasers” or Jeopardy questions or ones that make me think, but I’m a simple gal, and I just want to giggle at my daily calendar.
Behold the “Awkward Family Photo” for today, Thursday, March 15th.
How’s that for a simple giggle?
*Also, my knee caps are still attached, if you thought I was serious, well, then I just feel bad for you, and your lack of a sense of sarcasm.
**And another thing, I use run-on sentences, if you’re not ok with that, well, then that’s just too bad.