Monday, March 22, 2010

Groundhog day

Hello everyone and welcome to Groundhog Day. Everyone reaches a time in their life when they look back and notice that absolutely nothing has changed from day to day. This can be especially true in the military; we are known for our punctuality and cherished for our ability to be reliable. This has caused me to fall into what most refer to as a "rut". Now don't get me wrong, I love routine, my daily schedule of events that I can count on...well, the only one I REALLY count on is my 1700 go to the gym routine, but you get the point.

Today, however I had no desire to go to the gym, I blame this partially on the fact that I did not leave work until 6 pm, but it is mainly because I just didn't feel like it. Now, even in the life of a self proclaimed "athlete" sometimes you just cannot muster up the energy to hit the gym. CrossFit having such a varied workout regime has aided in that problem quite well, but alas sometimes I still feel the urge to veg and relax with a glass of vino...or bottle, whatever.

Lately I have been doing workouts from the CrossFit Games Sectional competitions and trying to see where I stand in the grand scheme of things. Now, you are most likely wondering if I am any good, well lets just say that I have not given up on CrossFit as a whole and dedicated my life to yoga and meditating so overall not doing too bad so far. I have little less than 2 months before my big weekend in Japan so at this point I am just trying to focus on my flaws. Unfortunately, being the example of perfection in all things it is hard to me to find any. Enter my husband who so sweetly reminds me to get me A#$ on the rings and do muscle-ups...yes dear.

So that is where we stand on this pleasant, Korean Monday night. Me, a bottle of vino, and you.

Goodnight all!

1 comment:

  1. And I remind you to get your @$$ on the rings because I love you! ;)