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Work and Excuses

Sunday, March 24, 2013

I went to work today. I was supposed to serve but when I got there my boss asked if I could Serve Assist in the window instead. This means that I did not have to roll silverware. I was all for it. For those not in the restaurant business this position is utilized when the restaurant is busy to garnish the food when the cooks are done with it to make it presentable to the guests. Adding coleslaw, onion, condiments, chow chow, oranges for eggs, lemons for fish/shrimp, and the bread service (biscuits and corn bread). I was very happy with this arrangement. I hate to roll silverware. It also meant that I was more likely to get out on time and this is important for right now per doctor's orders.

My biggest excuse for not exercising right now is that the weather is too cold for me to exercise outside with my allergies and my asthma. I am have to come up with indoor alternatives and make sure that I take my allergy medication. I do want to breathe easier and I know that losing the weight will aid in that as well and the exercising itself will improve my cardiovascular system including my lung function.

No More Excuses for not working out!!!

Just finished Day 2 Week 1 of C25K workout. It felt easier even though I did the first one over a month ago. I think it is because of the consistency of drinking water every day. My body has more fluid to use as lubricant. I definitely feel happier for doing it. And I hit over 10K Steps too.
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    I like the SP videos myself. I've been trying different ones each day.
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    For indoor exercises, have you tried any of the SP videos? That might be enough to give you a short indoor workout until you're able to get outside. Good for you for doing the C25K and the 10K steps. That's cool!
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