Two days in a row? What is this malarky? Basically sorcery, as far as I’m concerned.
Today, I want to get into the topic of training and going to the gym when you don’t feel like it. I consider myself incredibly lucky, as I don’t typically lack the motivation to workout. It is something I genuinely not only enjoy, but look forward to doing; however, I know that this is not the case for a lot of people.
For starters, 16.1 happened last Friday. Man, was that one tough workout. For those of you wondering, 16.1 = the first workout in the CrossFit Open this year (16 = 2016, .1 = the first workout of 5). The RX’ed version was as follows:
Hot damn, it’s been a minute. I think I should add regular blog posts to my list of goals to accomplish for the New Year!
I’ve been dealing with a terrible flu since last Monday (January 4th) that sidelined me from life for about a week. I’m not sure why I’ve been getting sick so much this year, but it’s starting to tick me off. I came down with a slight cold on Christmas, but it was clearing up until last week when I started to feel pretty crappy Monday evening. Tuesday morning I had a fever, and Wednesday morning I went to urgent care with a fever of 102.5°. They gave me a mask to wear (because I was so disgusting), and my boyfriend pointed out my uncanny resemblance to Sub Zero from Mortal Kombat.
I know what I’m being for Halloween.
It was absolutely miserable…I don’t think I’ve ever been that sick in my life. Today (Thursday the 14th) is the first time I’ve worked out in 10 days, and that was rough.
And just like that, another weekend draws to a close. Actually, scratch that…just like that, another month comes to a close – today is the last day of August. Damn, I guess that means summer is officially coming to a close. That escalated quickly from bummer to big bummer to huge bummer…sorry, Internet for being a Debbie Downer. But, if this weekend had to be the last “official” weekend of summer, it wasn’t a bad one to end on. Continue reading →