Today’s Workout…

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…wasP90x yoga. That was the worst 90 minutes of my life. Slightly dramatic I suppose but I just didn’t like it, which is so weird because I LOVE yoga. I don’t know if I didn’t like it because when I turned it on I saw that it was 1.5 hours or what. In addition to yoga-ing for waaaay too long, I got bored. I can hold the poses (except for like two) but Tony just took long in between poses and my mind wanders….wandering why the eff there is so much time remaining.

So that I wouldn’t turn off the DVD, I took like a 1,268,936 breaks:

  1. I paused to tweet that this ish is 1.5 hours long
  2. I paused to put on weight gloves because of my sweaty hands
  3. I paused to take off my socks and put on toe shoes (part entertainment and part sweaty feet…..don’t judge me!)
  4. I paused to check my phone
  5. I paused to check email
  6. I paused to have a teaspoon of peanut butter
  7. I paused to have another teaspoon of peanut butter
  8. I paused to check email again
  9. I paused to check on my TweetDeck

And of course all these pauses extended my friggin workout time. Anyhoot, for the next time, I now know what to expect so I can get my mind right beforehand.

siiiiiiiiiiiigh

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2 Responses

  1. I felt the same way when I put it in that dvd in the first time. But I guess I just started to get used to it as I benefit a lot from it because I’m not flexible at all

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