When I am feeling in the dumps about my weight loss and fitness goal, such as this past week, I don’t feel like it’s my place to write about those things. Kind of why I haven’t written much lately. I have been in a crappy mood all week. Halloween is coming, I’ve eaten too much candy and I haven’t felt like working out AT ALL.
Thankfully, I signed up for that Boot Camp, so I know that at least every Thursday for 3 more weeks, I have to get off my butt and WORK. Although, I have decided that I’ll probably continue going after this class is over, because it’s pretty awesome. And it helps to keep me honest when I’m feeling too busy or overwhelmed with everything.
This week, we did some partner exercises during class. Here I am in the front left corner in the green shirt.
I sweat so BAD during class. If you look pretty after a workout, you are doing it WRONG.
I would definitely recommend checking out Zug Elite Training if you want to get moving. I think being in a group really helps if you are inexperienced with fitness training or have a hard time self-motivating (like I sometimes do).
Also, this might be a little over share, but maybe other people have had this problem and can help. Last week after doing sit-ups in class, I noticed some sensitivity on my rear. I now have a rash on my upper butt crack. How. Awkward. It’s like, when going up and down for sit-ups, the friction from my underwear does this, maybe? My guess, I have cotton underwear and when you exercise, they suggest not wearing anything with high cotton content because of the friction. So, I think I’ll be buying some new underwear for exercise purposes. That’s that.
In other news, I have some pretty exciting news. I’ve decided to start studying to be a certified personal trainer. I want to know more about training, for myself and for others. My goal is to take the test by this time next year. I chose the NASM CPT program. There are a ton of different programs, but I talked to a few people and did some online research and this is one of the most widely accepted certifications. I started reading the textbook the other night. Pretty excited to learn some new things and maybe eventually start helping other people.
Here’s something scary… I read that by 2030 in the United States, 50% of the country will be obese. FIFTY percent! 1 in 2 people! Outrageous. I don’t want to be a part of that statistic and I don’t want half of the people I know to be a part of that either.
Oh and one more thing. I have an exciting weekend planned. Alumni Soccer Game Saturday night and a 1-mile mud run called the Dirty Dozen on Sunday that Scott is doing as well. Yay for plans!