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Rainy day workouts.

Tuesday, August 12, 2014

Today was a dreary and rainy day. My area got 5.5 inches of rain and had some flash flooding. Bleh. Plus side is that tomorrow it will be springlike and will continue to be for the rest of the week and weekend. Lotsa walking to do! This has been an awesome summer tho I admit sometimes I wish it was hotter so the pool water wasn't cooler than I prefer. lol. First world problems!

It was sooo dark outside that all I wanted to do was curl up and go to sleep when it was time to workout. I didn't, though! I came across some strength training moves last night in a video and so after I rode my stationary bike for 30 mins I tried them out. I did those and some of the other moves I normally do. It was nice to mix it up some. I felt awesome afterwards, too!

For dinner tonight I made zucchini spaghetti topped with sauce, a cut up meatball, and a portabella mushroom cap. It was really yummy. I did have a garlic breadstick with it but that was only 150 calories so I don't feel guilty.

Anyways, I hope everyone had a good day. =) Keep Sparkin'!

-Amy
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  • WISHICOULDFLY
    Yep. We had record breaking rainfall in MD yesterday. I work just on the other side of the Bay Bridge and the drive home was horrific! I wanted to pull over, but I also wanted to get home so I kept plugging away (48 miles). I was so happy to get home.

    Good job on pushing through and getting your exercise in!
    1528 days ago
  • KEEPITUP4LIFE
    You made good on an otherwise dreary day. Good for you. I too followed a video due to rain and rode my stationary bike. Thank goodness for the energy we can always find in spite of the weather.

    All the best in your healthy trek.

    Susan emoticon
    1528 days ago
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