I had the opportunity to update my "current weight" picture yesterday. To the right of this is the picture that my darling hubby took before church yesterday. I tried to post a picture of my daughter and I, and my husband and I , but my camera stinks - lots of wear and tear. (So, I bought a new camera today on Amazon.com. Got a great deal (steal) and it came with a free memory card. I cannot wait for it to get here. Also, since it only weighs like 4.7 oz, I will be able to carry it on my runs.)
I have already received some criticism that the picture is too far away; but trust me, there is a huge difference from weighing 197.5 to 148.8. I will have to add a disclaimer here though (here because maybe people won't read the whole blog entry as opposed to looking at the pics): I may have weighed more or less than 148.8 yesterday. As I reported, I gave up my scale for Lent - I have no idea what I really weigh now. I would assume it is less (or the same) as I had a nice "long" on Saturday but I won't really know until April. That's my story and I am sticking to it.
I got in a 3.75 run this morning with the Baby and the stroller. I did not bother to record my time as it isn't important when pushing a stroller, right? I cooled down for a mile walk with my friend. It was 37' but it felt colder because it is cloudy (with a chance of meatballs) and Mr. Sun decided to hide from me. During my run, my right arch started to hurt. I guess I will have to put the superfeet in my new shoes. I was testing them to see. Saturday's run felt fine, but it definitely hurt this morning.
On this afternoon's P90X schedule is: Kenpo X - my favorite. I have to admit that I am looking forward to Week #4 starting on Wednesday, although Yoga X is in the rotation twice that week - UGH! But there are two rest days ( or X Stretch which is what I will probably do). I mentioned that I am doing P90X Doubles and the Doubles part starts on Week #5. Doubles means that I do a morning workout and an evening workout. My hubby will only be doing the Classic version which does not include the Cardio X in the mornings. Not sure how much running I will be able to get in there during the 3 weeks of Doubles, but only time will tell.
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