**Day 28 disclaimer: I drank a little too much wine at a dinner party and then wrote this post. I have not changed it since, I hope you find it amusing and confusing. Additionally, my internet is down again. Sorry for another delay. **
Day 28: Working out for 365 days in a row is going to prove to be difficult at a point. Today was my point. This morning I went to my first restorative yoga class at Core Power Yoga. Restorative yoga is to sugar what power yoga is to a double chocolate chip cookie. It’s incredibly tame, to say the absolute least.
This morning was my first attempt to practice this type of yoga and it was actually a lot more difficult than anticipated. Holding stretching poses for four minutes does not just test your muscles, but it tested my mind as well. Many of the poses promised to “help sleep better at night” and “decompress a stressed back.” I have no clue how to measure that, however, I am willing to try many times as long as this is considered a workout.
Day 29: Today started off beautifully. A dear friend was in town this morning and I had her over for coffee and breakfast. Her dog and my cat toyed with the idea of playing, but settled on some good ol’ butt sniffin’. After hours of chatting we went on a walk at Washington Park. It was sunny, there were hundreds of geese and her dog chased every squirrel he saw…it was perfect.
That was going to be my workout, but since I declared today my day off from work I decided I actually wanted to do more. I went to Pura Vida and ran two miles and then did 30 minutes of cardio on an elliptical. I followed this up with 45 minutes of weight lifting and 15 minutes of abdominal work. Afterwards I iced my sore (maybe arthritic) wrist and called it a day. Tonight they are calling for the third snowstorm in two weeks in Denver and I am so prepared; two movies, a new cat toy, extra firewood and a skype date with my fiancé in the Phillipines. What a great end to a perfect day.
I’m one of those “the older I am, the faster I was” kind of people and many times I will see another’s physical feats and think; ‘maybe I can’t do that now, but in my day I could have’. “Crow” is not one of those things.
I can say, without any doubt, that the Salzler brother trackstars could do “crow,” just fine!