Diet/Exercise Log 4 [Lisa and Ian Only]

Hi Friends and Cheerleaders,

Friday, April 21, Lucas and I went on a pretty long neighborhood walk. He rode his tricycle and I walked to keep up with him. (He took his first major bike spill too, but continued the ride.)

Yesterday, April 24, I took an extremely brisk neighborhood walk for 25 minutes. Then later I attended the best yoga class I’ve ever taken. It was tough, but doable. I think I got the breathing thing much better than I ever have before because the instructor was very clear about when to inhale and when to exhale. Each move was like “Inhale up to cobra pose. Exhale down to the floor.” No way to get confused. It was a great all-over body workout and I can totally feel that my back, arms, shoulders, chest, butt, hips, and legs worked hard! Yet I don’t hurt today. Finishing off the day in the hot tub was great!

My only blow-it move yesterday was having two bowls of cereal for breakfast ’cause we were out of fresh eggs, and the leftover Easter eggs didn’t look so appealing 9 days after Easter.

My Gentle Exercise article is now finished, but I’m hoping to do more yoga and try some water classes at CA Fam Fitness. Hopefully I can keep up the momentum.

2 Responses to “Diet/Exercise Log 4 [Lisa and Ian Only]”

  • foseelovechild
    April 25, 2006 at 4:45 pm

    Very cool! The filter says L and I, but I’m not L and I…


  • dakini_grl
    April 25, 2006 at 8:41 pm

    Keep on keepin’ on, girl. I’m happy to read whatever you have to tell me!


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