How many of you think yoga is easy? Think again.. think P90X yoga. For one thing, it just lasts for too long.. I mean my complaint is doing anything for an hour and a half. I was getting bored and also tired and hot. I quit somewhere around having 50 minutes left, and I just watched for about 10 minutes. I wanted to quit, but I remembered what those "before" photos of me looked like that I took right before. So, I jumped back in and pressed on. I absolutely positively could not do the crane. Who besides a very lightweight person or a dancer or a muscle man could lift themselves onto their forearms? I can't see that after 180 days of P90X ever being able to do that. But it did not stop me from trying. I did like the ab yoga, but it was hard. I know that as time goes on I will get better at these poses. I just need to relax and not think about how much time the yoga is taking. This is one of the problems I am encountering that I have to work through- a much longer workout than my fitness fusion class was. I was used to going from 7:15 to 8:00 a.m. Now all of these workouts are an hour. I still have yet to the the Ab ripper. Maybe I will do that later today. I am about to go to Sam's and Walmart to get more vegetables to eat and maybe some salmon which I forgot to get the other day. So here is my breakfast and lunch for today:
Breakfast- 1/2 hoagie roll with deli turkey meat with dijon mustard
Yes, this is my carb for the day.
Lunch- grilled chicken with asparagus and edamame with a small amount of LF Ranch dressing. I was out of lettuce. I plan to get that today at Sam's.
Okay, I was supposed to weigh in today. I think I gained because of eating all those pistachios and they are so high in sodium. But I am still going to keep doing the best I can. I hope this soon becomes a habit with me.