I went swimming at the local pool this morning. I wore a one-piece suit (not my swim dress with leggings) and did an easy workout of 200 warm-up, 4 x 25 drills, and 200 cool down. I showed up 15 min. before the end of lap time, so that was great until 10:00 hit. Then, all of a sudden, a kid showed up in my path, out of nowhere, and it’s a good thing I was looking where I was going. I then had to move to the single lap lane, which had people doing side-by-side, so I had to keep an eye out until I got their attention and could make sure we could all go in a circle. After that, I still kept an eye out.
For breakfast today, I had yogurt, Kashi cereal, and an apple. For lunch, I had half a sandwich, and a salad with ham and avocado. Dinner was Chinese food, so oh well on that. At least I ate well for two meals.
Yesterday, I got on the stationary bike for 20 minutes. I’m happy that I’m able to get in some variety in exercise this week. It’s not much, and I’m definitely taking it easy, but at least I’m cross training. This is probably going to be the only week this summer that I’m at home instead of out of town, with no teacher workshops and no grad school. By the way, grad school starts up again on Saturday. I might go to a Relief Society meeting with my friend on Thursday, but that’s all I have planned. I’ve been watching lots of movies and reading, so it’s been very relaxing.
I had a SpaFinder gift certificate, so I went for a facial today. The people at the spa were very nice, and they wanted to make sure that you were comfortable and pampered. It was really nice.
On a side note, I have the Wii Dance on Broadway game and I’ve been playing it practically every day. It’s definitely more of a workout than Wii Sports.