Work out much?

10 Sep

I know its only the beginning of the year, but I am loving my students right now.  They are doing so great and I am actually really excited about how the school year has been going so far.

Although the waking up part is still interesting.

I think the thing I am mourning about my summer the most is being able to work out as much as I did.  During the summer I could basically work out whenever I wanted.  Now its so much harder to make it all fit. 

A friend said he could get me his copy of P90X. I want that so bad.

Do you work out regularly?  What is your routine?

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4 Responses to “Work out much?”

  1. irrational September 10, 2009 at 6:13 p09 #

    I’m a teacher too, so I understand not having time. We have church and social commitments every day after work, so we both get up at 5 to go to the gym. Mondays and Wednesdays are for cardio and Tuesdays and Thursdays we lift weights. Climbing at Threshhold is scheduled for every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday. It’s a lot, but we committed to being people who live a healthy lifestyle.

  2. Tricia Boganwright (Mom) September 10, 2009 at 6:13 p09 #

    SO GLAD you are enjoying your kids and class! That’s an answer to my prayers. As for working out, I do M/W/F mornings (chest & tri/back & bi/legs)–but if I was working full time like you, I KNOW it would be harder to get it done. Bravo for trying to work it in.

  3. Emily Marion September 10, 2009 at 6:13 p09 #

    P90x is KILLER! It is intense and you really have to make time for it. Most of the work outs are an hour. Honestly, when you first begin, the work outs are so fast you have to take a lot of breaks. Depending on which work out you’re doing it can take well over an hour. It’s worth it.

  4. David September 16, 2009 at 6:13 p09 #

    Um… if you start P90X, let me know. I will totally work out w/ you! Seriously… no really, I’m not kidding. I need to start working out and I’ve wanted to try P90X… please… let me know!

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