Spring Bootcamp Day 4

Wednesday, May 02, 2012


I felt a bit apprehensive this morning, but my weight stayed the same since yesterday. That wasn't particularly surprising since I haven't made the best of choices, but it's not like I blew it completely.


I wasn't hungry at all in the morning and seeing as I was on my own (read, no one was there to force something down my throat!) I only had a tiny breakfast which consisted of a coffee and a satsuma. As a result I was absolutely starving at around noon and snacked on some chocolate and some pancakes which really wasn't necessary. Dinner filled me up nicely, though and I haven't been hungry since I had it, which was around 3pm.


Ugh, not good. I was supposed to do some sprinting again today, but just couldn't be bothered and preferred to just mope around being depressed. I went on a walk with the dog though and did my bootcamp video three times.
The resistance band workout was fantastic, absolutely perfect for me with my muscle-less arms and fairly recent wrist surgery. I just had to take it very easy on the pushup section, as I still can't support my body weight with my right wrist.


Big sigh. Spent the morning nervous because I was home alone, then got a sudden burst of complete elation around noon, which then turned into a major teary mood slump towards the afternoon.
I managed to spend my "happy hours" sending off some job applications at least, just in case I decide a Master's degree isn't for me after all and because, y'know, it's nice to earn your own money.
I can feel the energy creeping back now that I've done the workout videos, so it's definitely going to have to be a case of pushing myself to do exercise, because believe it or not, it actually makes me happy!
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