Thursday, February 19, 2009

Nothing to see here...

...Just recording my exercise.

Yesterday I did an hour of yoga (almost an hour/Inhale w/ Steve Ross). It's always moderately challenging, but today my hamstrings and triceps are so sore. Didn't even realize it until I started working out tonight. Must be the extra focus I put into lowering into Chaturanga , and repeated Warrior poses.

Today, husband and I busted out some old school Gilad (Bodies in Motion) and some newer Total Body Sculpt w/ Gilad. It was okay, but I definitely need some outside exercise in the next couple of days to break the monotony.

Was sorry to miss the concert for Black History Month tonight. Husband got home a little late, and I just didn't feel like slinking in late to another function. Also, with the kids, it would have been pretty expensive - whatever - we should have gone.


POD said...

After missing the concert, you might be branded an cheap, apathetic racist.

or not.

I can't wait for the day when gilad is my word verification.

Melissa said...

I'm going to look up that yoga video...need some new ones. I have one "weight loss" DVD that I keep using over and over.

What/who was in the concert??

P/F said...

Hi. Steve Ross doesn't have any DVD's as far as I know - I tried to buy one in Dec. Inhale is on Oxygen network, so I DVR it so that I can workout when the mood strikes.

I just had a conversation about having a main server in our house to keep all of our DVD's to play on the tvs in the house. I'm actually going to post about that today.

The concert was actually a couple of local musicians: Matt Watroba and Robert Jones. They performed civil rights and underground railroad music last week. The social justice committee from the local Unitarian church put on the event. The concert hall is on the second and third floors of the building, and they've not been fully restored. Only the first floor is open for events right now.
The restoration committee is working hard to raise money to completely restore the building, but it will probably take a long time, considering the extent of work and current horrible economic situation in MI.