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Procrastinating with the Spark!

Sunday, June 17, 2012

Ohhh boy. This morning I really need to get my circuit training in. Although it looks like I'm going to have to change that statement to, "this afternoon", as it is 10 to noon.

I've got my workout clothes on, I've had my caffeine, and then I logged on to the Spark website and here I've been for the last hour. I found a few recipes to make for the week, I commented on a few blogs and message boards, I read a few articles from the Daily Spark. Yes, all good things, but this isn't why I've spent so much time on the site; I so don't feel like exercising. I feel lazy.

I blame my laziness on yesterday. It was my exercise-free day. It was hot. It is hot today. If I can let one day go, what's wrong with another?

EVERYTHING! Tomorrow morning I won't be able to get the circuit training in because I have a very early morning followed by a long day. I'm going to be challenged to get cardio in as it is. (and it is supposed to be another 95 degree day. Poor Punim.)

Procrastinating is a horrible thing. I am now hungry - I don't exercise well after eating. But I think I'm going to make my breakfast smoothie and then do the training. We'll see how it goes.

Oy. I guess this was a blog written to myself. But come on - I know there are many of you out there that use this site, or the web in general, to procrastinate! At least I'm not alone in this.
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    I hope you got your exercise in! It's hot and icky out but we have to keep going.

    I know you can do it.

    2138 days ago
    I've done that too. But you're already ready, and you've got the free time to exercise so JUST DO IT!

    Just force yourself to leave the house and go. And after you go, you'll feel better. I had that same problem just 2 weeks ago. But I got up forced myself to the gym, and I felt good that I went.
    2139 days ago
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