Now, I know my workout dvd collection and so I have a good idea of which dvd's are good for what type of workout I'm needing that day. So, I decided to bust out my... wait for it... TAEBO dvd. You remember, taebo... from the 90's, led by Billy Blanks, who might as well be wearing MC Hammer pants, leading you through all these
What I really wanted to do was go for a run. But, alas, it was 5:15am. Steve had left early for work, and Ryder was still asleep. Theoretically, I could have woken Ryder up early to feed him, loaded him up into the jogging stroller, and headed out for a quick 20-minute run. I could have. But honestly, I didn't feel all that comfortable running outside with my baby in a stroller before the sun was even thinking about rising. Nor was I comfortable leaving Ryder asleep in the house by himself. Had Steve been home, I would have headed out before the sun by now. I thought I could always just go for a run after work tonight, but tomorrow is my long run in the morning, and I don't really like doing back-to-back runs, especially when that 2nd run is my long run.
Normally I wouldn't be so concerned about getting my workout in, especially on a cross-training day, the day before my long run, and considering the plan only calls for 30 minutes. BUT, I made some cookies last night for a friend/co-worker who just had her 2nd baby. I volunteered to provide her family's dinner for tonight, so I made the dessert last night. My wonderful hubby is coming home early from work (which is why he went in early today) to make the main dish. Well, instead of me conquering the cookies without cheating on my diet, it conquered me. After filling all the cookie sheets, I had some left over dough that would have made probably 2 cookies. I wasn't going to put just 2 cookies on a sheet by themselves. So, I did what any
Happy Friday everyone. Happy Friday.