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Weekend sabotage part 1

Tuesday, May 11, 2010

I did the shred Friday as planned, but I was SO SORE. And cranky and tired. How can it be possible to overtrain with just 20 minutes of exercise? Wow.

Well Friday night, I went to my best girlfriend KLOKTEFF's house after the shred and had a couple glasses of wine, then over to pick up my fiance's brother, having to take him to the airport Saturday morning. We are all drinkers. So of course when we got home, there were several more beers and little whiskey. What did I eat for dinner? Oh, yeah... a giant corn dog!

I still woke up mostly feeling good Saturday, though, and so by 7 AM the entire house was up and about so Adam could catch his flight. Well this called for McDonald's since there was no way I was making breakfast at that ungodly hour on a Saturday (and the cupboards were bare). Did I choose the "healthier" Egg McMuffin (only about 350 calories)? NO of course not! I got the yummilicious Sausage McMuffin with Egg. And hash brown, and coffee with 4 half and halfs. The only good thing about MickyD's is that it fills me up for hours. So I really wasn't hungry again for quite awhile. After the airport, it was back home for a couple hours.

I had read about a "family fun fair" happening near our house, so I headed down there with my daughter and fiance. Mackenzie got to go on a bouncy slide, then we stood in line for face painting for like 45 minutes. It was hell, but she had a fun time. Of course, I couldn't resist the kettle corn! I was SO SORE from the shred and had already decided I wasn't going to let Jillian kill me today.

..... to be continued... watching a movie now.
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    Jillian made me sore too, best way to cure the soreness is to keep doing it, I know it's easier said than done, but it works. You're tough - kick Jillian's butt right back.
    2931 days ago

    Comment edited on: 5/11/2010 8:04:19 AM
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