I was exhausted yesterday. You know those days where it is hard to keep your eyes open all day? That was me. I did get some good sleep. Woke up a little early to the neighbor’s dog barking constantly. I don’t know if they weren’t home or what, but shut up already! Good thing I was planning on getting up to go to the gym.
|1. Plank with alternate arm/leg reach||2 sets of 10 each side|
|2. Complex: Deadlift, High Pull, Push Press, Reverse Lunge||4 sets of 8 each exercise with 20# bar|
|3A. Bulgarian Split Deadlift||3 sets of 10 with 10# DBs|
|3B. Single Arm Chest Press on ball||3 sets of 10 with 20# DB|
|3C. Back Squat||3 sets of 10 with 65# bar|
|3D. Chinups||3 sets of 10 with assistance|
Pretty standard day. I drank my entire protein shake before the workout today as I felt hungrier, so nothing afterwards until I got home to make breakfast.
Then I committed a cardinal sin. I broke one of our Broncos mugs. I don’t know how it happened. I had heated up my almond milk and I must have banged the cup against the microwave or counter because it fell out of my hands and broke. Not to mention spilling almond milk everywhere.
We do have another one, so hopefully I didn’t jinx the season.
I had to laugh because while I was cleaning up the mess, John got down the other Broncos cup to have my coffee in. Guess he didn’t learn that I should have a different cup LOL.
These birdies were eating breakfast, too!
I love the goldfinches. This is the feeder right next to my chair (outside, obviously).
Lunch time! I have been moving some of my calories from dinner to make a bigger lunch to see if that helps me with some snacking issues that are creeping back in.
This is peanut flour that I mix with a bit of honey, a pinch of salt and cinnamon.
It’s a busy week this week. John and I get barely any time together this week in the evenings.
I was doing some prep work for tutoring and came across this cute poem on learning the parts of speech:
Are ARTICLES: a, an, and the.A NOUN‘s the name of anything,
As: school or garden, toy, or swing.
ADJECTIVES tell the kind of noun,
As: great, small, pretty, white, or brown.
VERBS tell of something being done:
To read, write, count, sing, jump, or run.
How things are done the ADVERBS tell,
As: slowly, quickly, badly, well.
CONJUNCTIONS join the words together,
As: men and women, wind or weather.
The PREPOSITION stands before
A noun as: in or through a door.
The INTERJECTION shows surprise
As: Oh, how pretty! Ah! how wise!
Which reading, writing, speaking teach.