Gonna Hurt Tomorrow + Planning For The Week
|March 3, 2014||Posted by Presley under Fitness, Life, Motivation|
After three days of not working out, actually getting myself to work out was kind of hard. I had to promise myself to keep it short and sweet. And I’m pretty sure I’m going to be in some pain tomorrow anyway. I ended up doing a completely random workout. I basically just picked my favorites: RDLs, bicep curls, and shoulder presses. It worked out that all I needed was a bar and some weights, because I just drug them into the bedroom so I could work out while watching Grumpy Old Men.
We grabbed that DVD the other day at Walmart, and it’s legitimately the best five bucks we’ve spent in a while. Frugal entertainment at its best.
Anyway, this weekend is apparently going to be one long sweat-fest. The trip is going to include several workouts with the goal of capturing action shots of me cramping up and crying us looking strong and fierce. My plan is to not lift weights again until then. I don’t want to be sore, weak, and whiny when I finally have the opportunity for exciting workouts, you know? I might run once or twice before I fly out on Thursday, but that’s more or less just to calm my nerves about the whole flying thing. It’s either that or chug vodka at 8 am before my flight. I think I’m making the right call. Another great plan of mine, am I right?
While we’re sort of on the topic of planning, can I just mention that I’m proud of myself for getting our lunches packed early tonight? It’s the little things, people.
I made us hummus wraps. I took this before I slathered them in buffalo sauce. Let’s just say I hope Ryne eats in his office tomorrow, because buffalo face is not an attractive look.
Question 1: Do you plan your workouts or do you complete them on the fly? I like to pretend that I plan them out. In reality, probably only 5% of them have any rhyme or reason. I really need to work on that.
Question 2: Do you put buffalo sauce on everything? If you answer is anything but yes, we really need to talk about your priorities in life. Buffalo is everything.