Wowsers. My kids are on an Inspector Gadget kick. I totally blame that for my wowsers habit.
Let me just be real - last week suuuuuucked.
Sara got sick early Thursday morning with the dreaded stomach flu. All of my laundering and Clorox wiping and Lysol using was all for naught and I ended up getting sick in the middle of a fund raising event for the Y on Friday night. I'm a fun girl that way.
But even before that, I was struggling. I think my iron is low again because my energy level is in the crapper. This week in P90X-land, it was rest and recovery week.
HA! Don't let the phrase fool you.
It was neither restful or recovery oriented.
And, for the first time since Christmas, I missed my Thursday through Saturday workouts. It was awful. I do not even want to try to explain how much missing those workouts tortured me.
Time to take a deep breath and attempt to be rational. I tried to stick to the schedule, but it just didn't work out and I did manage to drag myself to Zumba on Sunday. It was really, really hard but I gave it my all.
I'm not sure what the heck has happened but ever since Robert left, I'm all schedule oriented which has never been my thing. It's spooky.
Of course, now it's Monday but tomorrow is also end of the month. I weighed and took measurements today and my four week total is......15 pounds and 15.5 inches. I was hoping for more since there was very minimal food intake Thursday through Sunday, but it is what it is. And 15 pounds in a month is nothing to sneeze at. For real.
I'm looking forward to the new week and starting the new phase of P90X. Unfortunately, that still includes YogaX. And Plyo. That's in addition to a bunch more different types of push ups and pull ups and all sorts of fun new stuff.
On the brighter side, I bit the bullet and registered for Zumba instructor training this week.
Because of that I actually watched myself in the mirror at Zumba this afternoon. I figure if I'm going to expect others to watch me Zumba then I need to know what they'll see.
Have I mentioned that I prefer not to look at myself in the mirror as a whole - especially when rapidly moving so that the jiggly parts jiggle. But it wasn't as bad as I feared. My feet do this really weird floppy thing, though, which would have made me giggle had I not still been gasping for air. Also? My collarbones are HUGE. (And, um, YAY that they show up these days, right?!!?!)
See you next week if I'm still alive. HA!