We all do it. It is fun to eat 7,000 calories on Christmas and have to spend the rest of the night doing tummy time to let your food digest. There is nothing better than getting in an awesome workout the next day so that you no longer feel like a sloth.
This mornings workout was 8 miles, 1% incline on the treadmill in 62 minutes and 30 minutes on my beautiful new spin bike. It is placed directly in front of the tv and has the perfect little area for my ipad to be placed so that I can catch up on all of your blogs.
I pinky promise that the carpet was that color when we moved in (the house was built in 1908) but I don’t think the spin bike will help matters.
Billy and I have gotten in a really bad habit that we will be forced to break in 8 days.
We haven’t gotten out of bed before 11 since we got home from California (actually yesterday we woke up early for church). I really don’t know how we are able to sleep that many hours (minus my 3 potty breaks) but I will probably cry the second we are forced to be real people again and go back to work and school. Maybe we won’t, that would be funny.
Since we are going back in time in this post, here is a picture from last night after we set up the spin bike. When I say we, I really mean BIlly. I can’t read a user’s manual if my life depended on it.
Why am I wearing a large coat? Because we turn off our heater when we aren’t there and we hadn’t been home for 36 hours and when we walked in the thermometer said 42 degrees. That isn’t normal.
My favorite part:
Isn’t that just beautiful? I like to sit in front of it and spin the pedal with my hand and watch the star go round and round.
What are your day after Christmas plans?
What time did you wake up this morning?
Raise your hand if you have ever been to a spin class and tell me what your FAVORITE thing is to do on the bike (jumps, hill climbs, sprints etc.)
-I love jumps with HEAVY(ish) tension!