Tuesday, May 27, 2008
Day 32 P90X
One of the beautiful homes we have listed here in the Pines!
P90X has 3 different "programs" you can follow. The Classic, The Lean, and Doubles. I started with the Classic, but I have decided to switch to Lean. It is specifically written for people that have a bit more fat to lose. That is definitely ME! I think I am also going to throw in a Turbo Jam workout somewhere during the week. I miss doing it.
We have one more week left in the "Clothing Challenge"! Can't wait to see who the winner will be! My money is on Jamie! But Rob, Nadine, and Suzette are showing some great results! Final pics are due on Saturday, May 31. I will post on June 1st
So what are you having for lunch? I'm having brown rice and salsa, broccoli, and chicken. This is one of my faves because it is so easy to throw together in the morning. I had my protein pancakes this morning, but instead of a banana, I threw in a cup of berries. YUM!! I have realized that I do really well when I am at work, it is when I get home I have trouble...or on the way home. Sometimes the mexican food or chocolate calls my name....
So....I have changed the route I drive home. It is a rural route--NO convenience stores on the way. No place to stop for junk. This transformation is a lot of work, and I have to use all the tricks in my arsenal to succeed. Besides, this drive is so much more relaxing and scenic!
I have also been trying to drink more water. I usually get 8 glasses in, but I think I need at least 10. I can tell the difference when I get 10. Are you drinking all your water?
I was watching, "So you think you can dance" last night. Some of the girls had really terrific legs! There is nothing prettier than a dancer's body. I love that look. Everyone has their picture of an "ideal" body. I used to think that my ideal was the girls in Oxygen. They have fabulous bodies, but I'm thinkin' dancers are my new ideal. I like the long lean look. Muscular but not overly done.
Hoping you all had a fabulous 3-day weekend. Hope you took time out to honor our Vets. Without them I don't know what our world would be like.