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My cats love workouts

Tuesday, October 05, 2010

I've been pretty quiet on Sparks lately. I've been doing pretty well. How could I not when I get to eat 2300 calories a day? lol. The workouts are going well - they are KILLER! I'm doing the New Rules of Lifting Hypertrophy I program right now. It's more of a time commitment than I'd like but I think it will be effective. I'm seeing some good gains on all of my lifts.

I only have time to write this now because my right shoulder is bothering me again. Grrr! I hurt it at the end of August, gave it a rest for 2 weeks, then used light weights on it for another couple of weeks. Last time, I was having this shooting pain in it if I moved it wrong. In today's workout, it just felt uncomfortable as if the muscles/tendons/whatever weren't moving properly. It's hard to explain. Anyway, I cut out the shoulder work in my workout and now I have a little extra time. I'll give my shoulder a week off and reassess.

For some reason my cats just love workout time. They hang out with me the entire time and ham it up so I'll pet them. lol. Here's Snickers taking over my NROL book:

And Grayson taking over the bench.. I WAS using that, thank you very much kitty.

Grayson also likes drinking my water and forcing me to get a new one!
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    My cat thinks that yoga-time is playtime. During downward dogs she sticks her face in my dangling hair and gnaws. Our pets are such great helpers, right? Hahaha.
    2751 days ago
  • SUGIRL06
    Good idea to skip the shoulder work. I hope that it feels better soon!

    And the pictures are too cute of the cats! Mine loves to interrupt my workouts too. She loves the yoga mat and wants to lay on it when I'm trying to use it. They just want to be part of what you are doing!!
    2816 days ago
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