I was excited to receive your great feedback on my CrossFit Endurance seminar post. I am looking forward to covering some of the topics in depth that I mentioned.
I’m busy, busy today so I’m just going to give you a quick look at Tuesday in photos.
I woke up at 5:45 a.m. to practice ashtanga but instead found myself sitting at my desk working at 6:30. For whatever reason, the early morning hours seem to be my most productive. I can focus and knock things out. I took a break to come home and make a bowl of oatmeal. Oatmeal with bananas, golden raisins and chia seeds topped with pumpkin butter and peanut butter.
I taught a yoga class and then trained clients before coming back home for lunch. I love that I’m close and can pop home when I need to. Grilled cheese with apricot preserves, goat cheddar, tofu and spinach. And for the record, every time I take my food outside to photograph it I am extremely jumpy and anxious. I’m just waiting on the scary snake to make another appearance. I wonder how long it will take before I feel comfortable hanging out outside again!
Speaking of the snake, this one is on lockdown and I’m not leaving her unattended outside. I brought her into work with me yesterday afternoon so she could get a change of scenery and lots of attention. Clearly, she found work to be a little boring. Check out that yawn. 😉
I gotta be honest. I would have totally bailed on CrossFit last night if I hadn’t made plans to meet two friends from Lululemon for the workout. This one nearly did me in and it’s painful to lift my arms over my head today thanks to all those pull ups. (For the record, I used a band for assistance so I could complete the pull ups.) I do have to say that I’m so happy I did take the class because the energy was amazing. We had over 20 people and it was so cool to look around and see barbells taking every space on the floor and people doing pull ups everywhere. Everyone was killing it and working so hard!
I taught yoga after CrossFit and finally got back to my desk a sweaty mess around 8 p.m. I received a text from a friend asking if I wanted to grab wine. I dashed home to drop Sul off and did a Superman-style change – in and out of the shower, dressed and ready in 10 minutes. We had wine and dinner at the bar at Vivace. This seared scallop risotto was amazing. I’ve said this before but scallops on risotto is one of my all-time favorite “fancy” dinners. Such a good combination.
Off to a construction meeting at our new facility. Everything is coming together and we’ll be opening in a month. Can’t wait!
Have a good day!