Well another fun-filled week of trying to get a little more fit has passed. The Insanity workouts are really something! I’m tired during and after, along with soaked by sweat.
I have never really been a cardio type person. I was always the workout with weights guy. I’m not really sure what made me understand that cardio will help make me a whole physically fit person but I do realize that now. I also see that body weight exercises are just as good if not better.
Again, all of a sudden things just clicked in my head. Maybe it’s because I’m seeing results by not working out with just weights. Or maybe it’s because I’m so close to 40 that I realize I’ll never be “Arnold-like” in physical stature. I will no longer participate in those kill the man with the ball type sports (except maybe some lacrosse) that I would need to be that big. Certain things might be a little more enjoyable if I was lighter such as running or cycling. I certainly would be faster at those activities. I can’t be much slower, that’s for sure.
Quick change in topic: Most of you know I like to give bloggyblog love to those I enjoy reading on here. This person got me all excited about riding my bikes this year. It was a simple (lack of a better term, cause it wasn’t simple it was awesome) post about cycling clothes. Mountain bike clothes to be exact! EXCITEMENT! Yes, excitement…..some guys like to shop for athletic wear.
So before I drag this out any further I want you all to click HERE and check out a great fitness blog called JOY FITNESS AND STYLE. Stop reading this and go click!!!! Do it! I’ll wait right here till you come back.
OK, you’re back now. You liked that blog didn’t you? I knew you would. Joy is a pretty cool fitness gal. I would have said fitness chick but Joy could pretty easily beat me up if she wanted, especially if the word “chick” offended her. So I’ll stick with gal. 🙂
OK, enough about her. It’s back to me me me time.
Hey, guess what….
I finished a full week of Insanity! Yup, that’s right. I’m pretty awesome. I do have to give some props to my fitness guru though. Here is his latest guidance:
Thanks cat! I knew you wouldn’t let me settle for being mediocre. Always pushing me to do better.
That’s it for me, I’m out!