Wednesday, August 15, 2012
Ok. I need to admit something.
I HATE my Lower Body days! I look forward to the running, even though it wipes me out some days; I look forward to Upper Body cause I like lifting free weights. My Lower Body though? Hate it. Absolutely despise it. It's HARD, my lower body has never been my strong point, even though I played rugby & rode horses for years. I am SO looking forward to getting on the machines next week. I don't mind all the exercises by themselves, mind you, but in this particular routine I literally have to force myself to go to the gym. And yet I can get on the leg machines and be like, 'yeah lets go!' I've only got one more Lower Body to go on Sunday. Monday I start Month 2. Sunday is picture day.
I feel much better now that I admitted that :)
I told A that if his parents make any comments I'm going to feel my calves to calm myself. I think it's hilarious, he thinks I've gone mental. He says I'll get used to the muscle ... I don't think I'll ever get used to it :D
He told his dad what I said about the bathroom & he said that if he has an emergency he'll just pee on the floor. I'm going to give him one of those little dixie cups before they go to bed the first night. *grin*
So as I'm doing my stupid Lower Body today, I'm actually starting to think that I'm noticing a little bit of change. I'm definitely stronger, but it's almost like my rolls are getting squishier... It's really hard to describe, but they don't look the same as they did a month ago. My one hip is driving me crazy. My right hip is definitely noticeable in that it's slimming down but my left hip is sticking out there like a sore thumb. It wouldn't be so bad if the other hip were sticking out too, at least then I'd be balanced.