Day 2 - Sore!

Friday, October 12, 2012

I woke up at 6am this morning (after hitting the snooze button a few times). I got out of bed and was surprised to feel how sore I am! Whew! My arms are killing me BUT it feels good! I washed my face, brushed my teeth, put my hair in a ponytail and headed out the door. When I got to the gym, I stared my 10 min. of cardio on the elliptical. It went by really fast because I watched the news. Then, I made my way to the women's workout area. I started on the machine where you sit and open and close your legs (no idea of what it's called). I worked my inner thighs for 10 minutes. That was tough but I didn't feel intimidated because I wasn't surrounded by a bunch of men like yesterday when working with my trainer. After my inner thigh workout, I worked on the tops of my thighs (no idea what this machine is called either) for 5 minutes. I woke up late this morning so I only worked out for a total of 25 min. I guess it's better than nothing though, right? I'm starting to feel the soreness in my thighs now which is good. :) I'll actually be purchasing my protein powder during my break. I'm going to check out GNC and hopefully I'll find something good. I hope the employees are knowledgeable! I had about a cup of water today already. One of my short term goals, to drink at least 8 oz. a day. My next blog, I'll post about my experience at GNC and let you all know what protein powder I chose. So my goals: 1. Drink at least 8 oz. of water 2. Purchase my protein powder 3. Working out 30 min. each day (I guess I'll have to make up for that 5 min I was short this morning) 4. Continue writing my blog everyday to stay focused and a way to keep track of my goals. (I'm more of a visual person). If I don't post again today about my experience at GNC, I'll post it in Day 3. Happy Friday everyone! LET'S DO THIS!
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