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April 11th, Upper Body Done

Thursday, April 11, 2013

Good morning Sparkfriends!

So, today, I got up with my alarm and my legs, the left one especially, still felt tight. Now, after yesterday, I KNOW I can go walking and be just fine, but I also knew that if I didn't let my leg rest, it'll be tight for goodness knows how long. So, I skipped today's walk and just did my planned upper-body/core exercises instead.

Well, the jumping jacks turned into biceps curls, but everything else was the same as planned!

Tomorrow, I will be doing my walk... primarily because I won't exactly have time/space for a video before I take the kiddo to school. I'm also going to try and push, or test, myself. At the .25 mile interval, I'm going to jog and see how far I can go. Then, if needed, try again at .50, and again at .75. Around .90, though, I'll ramp down and start to cool down.

I figure it's a good way to see how my endurance is doing.

My goal is to eventually run the entire mile, and then start working on 1.5 mile intervals, then 2 mile intervals, and so forth. The morning time constraints worry me a bit regarding all of that, but I'll cross that bridge when I get there.

I also found a yummy new breakfast. Too bad I used up my leftovers for it!

I make this meal, Korean Stir Fry:

And this morning, I pulled out my eggs, and saw I had the Korean Stir Fry leftovers, but not a whole lot (not enough to make a meal out of), so I went ahead and put that into my scrambled eggs instead of the usual ham and cheese.

It was DELICIOUS! I didn't need to add any extra cheese, sour cream, salsa, etc. The sauce on the beef is enough to add the flavor. If beef wasn't expensive, I'd make a batch of this for my morning meals every week!

How are you, my SparkFriiends, doing today?
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