Fitness: Getting the Groove On
I can't believe it's only been two weeks since I started working out. I haven't seen much changes to my body yet (Hello, 2 weeks?), but I'm starting to feel more lively, energetic, and well, happy! Ü
I'm glad that despite my super hectice work schedule these days, I still get to spend about an hour and a half in the gym on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. That actually means that I've cut down my sleep hours to 6-7 hours instead of 9, just so I can go to the gym before my shift. I always thought that I needed 8-9 hours of sleep each day to make me function properly. But after I've been sleeping just 6-7 hours, I realized that maybe all these years, I've been oversleeping. Hahaha!
Quite honestly, work's been quite a b!+@# these days. Back to back to back trainings... Hardly any real break. I usually have my lunch on the run. LOL! So it's good that I go to the gym regularly, because it gives me something to look forward to. Yes, I would much rather "torture" my body into shape than go to work. LOL!
Speaking of torture, my PT does just that everytime I see her on weekends. Her name's Smile, by the way. Hehe. I've only had 2 sessions with her so far, but each time, I go home with an aching bod. Believe me, it hurts even more the next day. Hahaha! That's what's great about having a PT. They push you to your limits. I believe it helps build discipline. They're also great at giving motivation. I hate those crunches that Smile makes me do, but well, she can talk me through it (5 nalang, Dianne! Kaya mo yan!). Hehe.
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