Ughh...I don't feel like it today!

Wednesday, April 08, 2009

I have such a crazy schedule here lately. All I want to do is SLEEP! I am so tired. I would feel better if I could go to the gym, believe it or not!

ugh! It sucks!
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    I agree with Bel_Riose, even "just" going for a walk will help. THEN you can go to sleep! I hope the weekend helps revive you.
    4306 days ago
  • BMORE73
    Momma said there will be days like this..Listen to your body when it is talking to you. When it wants to rest-rest, when it wants to eat-eat, when it says relax-relax and when you want to work out with so little time-do the 10-15 min workouts. I cut out a 15 min total body workout from fitness magazine that works you from head to toe in 15 min. I posted at work but lucky memory is still on point at 35.

    Stretch first
    Start 2 min at brisk walk and add intensity each minute (incline or speed) until you reach maximum.
    Get off treadmill and do
    15-20 each-squats, push ups and crunches
    (do circuit twice with very little rest time to stay in cardio mode)
    Get back on
    Start 1 min at brisk walk and and add intensity each minute (incline or speed) until you reach maximum.
    End with a 2 min brisk walk

    Hope this helped..now go and get some sleep. emoticon
    4306 days ago

    Comment edited on: 4/8/2009 5:53:08 PM
    Girl, I know the feelin....I am so sleepy, I think it is the full moon tonite! But I try and do a 30 min down time after work and then i hit it with the workout before I get too comfortable. After abt 20 min into my workout I am fine and alert. Keep it going we have a mission to accomplish!!!!! Kim emoticon
    4307 days ago
    Well don't let it get to you. Every once in a while life makes it too difficult to get to the gym. You could try doing something once you get home for 20 min, a work out video or go for a quick walk around the neighborhood to feel like you burned some calories
    4307 days ago
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