Thanks for the tips at the weekend.
@Lori: I have a mealplan for the whole week, also for the weekend. It’s not actually my meals where it goes wrong but the not planned snacks. And I don’t eat as much fruits and veggies during the weekend as I do on weekdays. That must be one thing to change.
@Syl: I always have a water bottle filled up but I forget to drink it usually. Also one thing to do better on.
Today it is snowing again, I’m bored and tired with it. The road home was a mess, traffic jams everywhere so it took me longer than usual. Our country is having a shortage of salt so the roads are hardly scattered with salt so it’s very icy.
I feel for R. who had to go to Belgium today for his work. It’s now 6.45 pm here and he hasn’t even reached the border yet. I’m afraid he won’t be home till late.
Yesterday a short cardiotraining of 33 minutes as my legs were sore.
I have been working out 4 days in a row and I experienced that’s too much for me as my legs are extremely tired. So I’m taking a rest day today instead of going for a run (it’s too cold and icy anyway and don’t feel like running on the treadmill)
I admire all of you who work out 6 or 7 days a week, I wish I could but my body says no. So I’m going to try something different. The plan is to work out 2 days and then take 1 day of rest. One of those 2 days I want to run and the other go to the gym. This way I get 4 or 5 workouts in a week which is okay for me. It’s more than most people do, right?
Something funny (if you are a fan of the Twilight Saga you will know what I’m talking about). Somewhere during the day I pushed on my upper legs and instead of feeling the softness what they used to be I felt a strong muscled leg. Result of almost a year of running and working out. I felt proud about it.
I walked to my friend K. and said to her “feel my leg”.
“Wow that’s hard” she said.
I said “now you know how Edward feels like”.
She had to laugh and said “but you’re still warm”.
So I said “oh no this means I’ve got a bit of Jacob in me too”. (You’ll understand I’m team Edward).
She laughed even louder.
So now you now it, I have vampire-werewolf legs.
What’s for dinner:
Yesterday white fish steamed in the oven with carrots and leek with potatoes and broccoli.
Today beef stroganoff with mashed potatoes.
So proud of my legs!
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