If hearing about other peoples' workout goals and progress bores the heck outta ya, I encourage you to just scroll down and look at the cute pictures of my baby. Oh, so that just leaves my mom? Cool. Thanks for reading, mom.
I got the clear to start normal activity a couple weeks ago(cough cough- NORMAL? Any mom out there can probably empathize with me when I say that exercising post-baby is not NORMAL. Just ask the Turbokick instructor that got to watch me grimace every time I jumped during her class because I was so nervous my bladder was going to leak. This is not normal. Also not normal is sharing this but since its just my mom reading I think I am okay.)
I am so glad to be back. Ever since I quite jogging a couple months before baby B was born I would see people jogging outside and stare longingly. Which was pretty creepy considering 99% were either woman or very old men. Which reminds me- if you are a man and have legs this disqualifies you from being able to wear short spandex. Mom- please tell dad just in case. Thanks.*
I have been at pre-preg weight for awhile but am nowhere near where I would like to be. As in, I feel like 7 years of toning is in my future before I am happy. In the meantime, here is my plan-
1. Live-fit trainer workout plan found here. Cooper and I are on our third week of phase one and are loving it, especially since we can workout in the gym at our apartment with our little mascot-
...Looks like i'm not the only one who likes staring at him.
2. I am not supposed to do cardio during the first phase of our program, but running is such a release for me and how can I resist jogging outside when my neighborhood looks like this?-
3. And when I don't want to run outside or take a Turbokick class at my gym, we got me this little toy for FREE-
Peace, love and getting healthy!