Jun 7, 2011

Today

I feel like all my posts start with the word "ouch" or "OMG, I'm dying".

But guess what? I am dying from the ouch. Yesterday we did a BUNCH of dead lifts and lower back stuff. Y'all know my lower back is the most effed up part of my effed up body. I honestly shouldn't have done them all, b/c I don't want my back muscles any tighter. I want my abs stronger to balance (and to show off my banging 6 pack.) Now I can barely walk b/c even stabilizing my body hurts. I can't bend at the waist.

In good news, that is the only part of me that is sore so I guess my arms are getting used to non-stop pushups and legs are ok with jumping lunges. Victory is mine!

5 comments:

Breann Clawson said...

keep up the good work!! i wish i had someone to yell at me and make me work out!! but keep listening to your body and stop when you need to! and it sounds like you needed to! but congrats! victory IS yours! haha

Alison said...

Owee! I hope you're feeling ok this morning. If you have a weak lower back then it can actually be good to do these exercises, but only with gentle progression and careful supervision!

Congrats on the lunges and pushups though -- woot!

Gina; The Candid RD said...

haha, I love to be sore! But of course, when you are sore from a chronic pain-like condition, that's not fun, I'm sure. Listen to your body!! Your abs will stay ripped even if you go one day without working them :)

So, I just scrolled down to your previous post about your favorite thing, and that Oprah video is HILAARRRRRIOUS!

Katy @ fitinheels said...

Woo hoo!!!!! Jumping lunges and push ups... way to go!!!!!

Christina @ The Athletarian said...

OMG I did deadlifts yesterday along with a whole bunch of other ridiculous exercises. I feel your pain! I hoping to jump on the pushup bandwagon soon because I suck big time.

An occasional teacher is the same thing as a substitute/supply teacher! The board calls it occasional here...haha. Generally out of Teacher's College (in Canada at least), most people have to substitute before they get hired permanently! Unless you're lucky :)