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Week 2, Day 4 P90X

Thursday, April 22, 2010

Had an early dinner with the kids (Weinerschnitzel) and then went to open house so the kids could show off their good work. Then came home to yoga. 9:30 is a little late to be finishing a workout but on the other hand, the baby's bedtime was 8 so we were able to complete it without a 2-yr-old trying to steal the mat. That was nice!

Yoga may need to start at 8 every time we need to do it. A good yoga workout is so relaxing that I don't think it'll interfere with sleeping habits if we do it late.

The high-activity/high-impact ones need to be before dinner.

School tonight so day 5 will have to wait until tomorrow. Hubby goes out of town Friday eve and returns Sunday so he won't exercise with me Friday or Saturday. Not sure if he will exercise with me Sunday either - depends how late he gets home and how worn out he is. Under normal circumstances, I'd skip the workouts while he's gone but part of me want to complete it on my own just to prove that I can.

We'll see how I feel after work tomorrow when I have 3 kids running around. It's been raining here most of this week so they have more energy than normal. Maybe I'll bribe them with a pizza party.....they can eat pizza in Mom's bed while watching a movie if they let me work out. Then I can join them for the second movie and maybe a slice or two of cheese pizza. :) That sounds like a pretty good plan, actually. :)

Since Dad will be gone I may even let them all sleep with me.......depends how the night goes. :)
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    Karen,

    Your dedication to doing this program is emoticon ! Keep up the great choices you are making. I love your pizza party idea for the kids...sounds like a great night for everyone!

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