New Gym

Thursday, April 29, 2010

Well today is my last day in my current building, I will be moving to a new building on Monday. I have training on Friday so I'm a little sad today and excited and anxious etc. I know it will all work out it will just be a lot of adjusments.
I did go and meet a co-worker this morning at the gym that is in the building where I will be now. We had decided to meet twice a week there, I figured they have more options for Chest, Back and shoulders on Tuesdays and legs on Thursdays. (didn't get the greatest workout but learned how to use all the machines so really ready to start next week). The big change with this new position is that my hours will be different, right now I work 8-4:30 and I will be changing to 7-3:30 so that throws my workout schedule into a complete tail spin and meeting my new found workout partner won't work because she will still start at 8.
So I will have to really think things through time wise to see what I need to do so that I don't get off track. But I'm staying positive, where there is a will there is a way!
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  • R_O_T_T
    Thanks for the common sentiment regarding my blog (wife and I w/ golf).

    Good luck to you in your endeavors there.

    I hope that you and your husband are able to laugh and have fun with your differences. I know we do (most of the time)! That is one of the things that keeps a good marriage going strong is enjoying and laughing at your differences.


    2881 days ago
  • MMD0783
    Good luck with adjusting to the new schedule. (And thanks for the dare) emoticon
    2883 days ago
    So nice you have a buddy to workout with, you'll figure it out because it's a high priority. It's importnat to you. You are so lucky to have a gym in your building, and by the way, I think your pretty emoticon with the faithful workouts. Keep up the good work.
    2883 days ago
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