I feel like I didn't put much effort into my bodyweight workout, but at least I did do a cardio session before it. Just Dance is good for something! Even my arms are tired by the end of it. It's totally underrated as an aerobic workout. I think I'm half-assing it because I feel I half-ass the warm-up.
I totally understand why some people run in crop tops. I am tempted to but I don't think I can yet... Stomach the fat I see when I look at my torso (ehehehe get it? I'm bad, ik). Even though I am running at home alone where no one can see me. Except Mom when she comes downstairs and she wouldn't care about my fat.
Distance is mostly meh.
I need to start weighing and measuring myself to input it into MyFitnessPal...
I'm tempted to put up an 'I can' note above the treadmill. For some reason I imagine it with a yellow background and black text, but I hate yellow, so I have no idea where this notion came from.
At least the run went as planned. I was as sore af afterwards and decided to restructure my playlist. 'How can you listen to the same songs on repeat?' they asked. Knowing certain songs are coming up helps me persevere through the pain in my legs that ache for me to stop and potato my way through the rest of the day. :D
So last night I ended up sleeping too late, and woke up too early, than had another nap, and ate an embarassingly high number of calories over my recommended daily consumption amount.
hangs head in shame
That meant that today I had to do an additional workout of some sort (opting for a full hour of Just Dance followed by bodyweight exercises), eat less, and in the end I ended up doing nothing productive whatsoever except for listening to a podcast that's been pending for a while. I think I will just have to power through work tomorrow morning - time to get my guitar pratice in right now before I sleep and get an early start tomorrow. I need to stop letting things drag on.
Sleep early and on time. Wake up early. Get the exercise finished early. Feel ready to tackle the rest of the day. And then do it.