Yesterday I did more cleaning and organizing, the house was in desperate need of attention. We got a little walk in the evening and a few sprints.
I've got this stupid sinus stuff going on now, it seems we are catching all the bugs at my house this year, it has been going through the kids. Thankfully it seems to be a mild bug, hopefully it is for me too.
Today we start back in with school. A walk is on our schedule. We'll do some strength stuff too, ds is doing his final test for his Physical Fitness badge today (he's been at it 12 wks). I know he has made a lot of improvement in that time.
Food has been ok here, with my digestion wonky I have been eating what sounded decent and settled well but it seems to be getting back to normal.
I had started tracking food again and then I got sick and things went crazy. This is a new week so I'll be working on it again.
I'd like to join in here this month. Does anyone do a program for distasis rectii that they can point me to?
Welcome! I used the Tupler Technique and Mutu Mamas. I'd highly rec'd. Mutu, it got me abs back, all I had was jello after the last baby. Slow and steady is the name of the game.
I know nothing about tennis but it sounds like you had a fabulous time.
I took yesterday off from tennis. DH and I went hiking at two different places and did about 5 miles so it wasn't a total loss. My ankles have been sore lately (I'm not sure of the cause although I have three different ideas.) and I wanted to take it easy and let them rest from the harsh movements of tennis.
I think my eating was good (DH and I shared an Almond Joy) and I was happy with my choices.
Today I'm trying to catch up on housework and a bit of yardwork as this next week will be busy with my new job and tennis. I have my final tri-level match on Tuesday and 4.5 clinic on Thursday. The good news is my new boss has agreed to let me continue my personal tennis schedule as much as possible. I was concerned that I wouldn't be able to continue learning new skills and improving my game. I argued that everything I learn will be shared with the team and therefore is beneficial all around. I'm calling it "Professional Development."
I'm hoping my body will be able to handle the amount of tennis I will be playing from mid-August-mid-September. I'm looking at 6+ hours per day of on-court time. Part of me is excited and part is a bit apprehensive.
Sounds like a great opportunity. If it gets to be too much can you just cut back on your personal schedule?