I am about to do my training. I enjoy excercising at night but probably it will be better to do it first thing in the morning so that way nothing can come between my rope jumping and me.
The whole day I have walked funny because my calves hurt from jumping, but the left one hurts more. Is that normal?
Yesterday was a pleasure to train. Jumping is fun and really gets your heart in motion. What is really difficult for me are the push ups. I do them on my knees and I'm not sure if I am doing them right. A mirror could be useful.
Like some of my fellow PCPers I have slept good and heavy, which means I have energy in the morning. And energy is what I need the most.
I haven't felt hungry until now. Having to measure half portions of my normal diet is very strange because instead of seeing a very empty plate, it makes me wonder if it is a little too full. Maybe I served a bit more than I should.
Paying attention on the excess rather than on the lack of things is a powerful trick. Something that could be applied to other aspects of one's life.
So, here is the menu so far today:
Brunch: 1 bowl of beans, chickpeas and lentils with brown rice, tomato-onion salsa Colombian style, one fried egg and a dash of hot smoked paprika.
Many cups of black coffee.
Snack: a quarter of slice of apricot bread and a half bowl of bean stew left from the brunch.
Plans for dinner: home made pizza with extra thin crust, mozzarella and mushrooms. A glass of wine.