Sunday, January 25, 2009

Exercise is not all I'm going to write about, January 25 - 31

* Exercise is not going to happen.

Came back from Boyne today. Didn't want to leave, but luckily it kept getting colder and I was running out of hand warmers. Also, no fitness classes on Sunday, so I missed my chance at Pilates or Spinning at the spa.

This week, I'm looking for six days of activity. I want to do the 30-day Shred, yoga, and one more day of treadmill. If I can fit it in, Gilad and Cathe, and possibly some P90X. I'm starting to get a cold, so I'll try to knock it out with Airborne, water, and saline nose spray. Here's how it looks:

Sunday - 4mile run on the treadmill, arms, and abs.

*Monday - Spent the day in bed with two kids home from school sick (suspect the oldest took advantage of my weakened state with some acting). Fever, headache, chills, congestion. Not feeling guilty for taking the day off.

*Tuesday - Woke up with the bed drenched in sweat, so worst of it is over. Middle son still home sick. Still feeling crappy - so we're all eating soup and as it burns to breathe, I'm not exercising today either.

*Wednesday - So, apparently it's dangerous or something to workout with the flu. So, taking a break until next week.

*Thursday -Flu

*Friday -Flu

*Saturday -Flu

*(edited to add) -

5 comments:

POD said...

Could have fooled me!

POD said...

Sorry about your flu-ishness. And also the zone bar deficit. I don't even know why i went on that rant about terrorists. I guess I'm peeved about the bankers getting bonuses when my 401k was chopped in half. And of course, I'm upset about the lack of Zone bars for you.
Hope you feel better soon.

P/F said...

Thanks for the kind wishes on getting better.

Husband scared me by feeding my Death Case scenario with tales of otherwise healthy recovering flu patients dead of a heart attack because they decided to go for a run, and the virus in their heart caused arrhythmia.

Crabby McSlacker said...

Oh no!!!

Hope you're feeling better.

(And being a bit of a hypochondriac, I did NOT need to read the whole flu virus /arrhythmia/ heart attack scenario. Must erase from my mind!)

P/F said...

Thanks Crabby. Your blog is one of the first things I read every morning!