It’s happened again. I’m staring at the tailgate of the workout wagon as it leaves me in the dust because once again, I’ve fallen off.
That’s not to say I haven’t been active. I’ve been active. I’ve fit in several walks. I dropped and did pushups and planks in the playroom. We hiked.
However, true working out has fallen by the wayside for the past week or so.
Don’t worry, I have plenty of excuses.
Sunday my foot hurt (wow, when I type it out it sounds so laaaaaaame), so I walked instead of wogged.
Yesterday was fun day with my bff. She drove in from out of town, so how could I possibly fit in a workout? *Please disregard the fact that Christen made it to the gym at 6am before she came. I guuuuuess I could have done the same.
At least we walked around, right? And played in the fountains?
…and then got TCBY. Oops.
Ok, I should just hit the ground running today, right? (Both literally and figuratively). Welllllll, my throat feels a little funny. What if I workout and it makes it worse?
Ugh, so whiny, right?
It’s not that I’m so concerned about my body shape; a week off in the grand scheme of things isn’t such a big deal. However, I have my first 10k in roughly 2 weeks (&$^@%@&^$@*!!!). I’ve never run 6.2 miles. I haven’t wogged more than 3 miles in weeks. Who do I think I am??
Maybe this is just race nerves hitting early, but I think I need a swift kick in the behind… and your advice.
Should I jump back into strength and Tina’s awesome boot camp workouts?
Or do I need to focus on a 3 week 10k training regimen?
Start today despite the tickly (it’s a word) throat?