morning glory

January 13, 2010

AM uplift
i have really been loving morning workouts lately! i don’t know what makes me the happiest: getting into the groove nice and early (and fueled by caffeine), the post-sweat glow that lasts well into the day, or the fact that i can just give into my body’s inclinations to be a lazy lump upon returning home from work in the evening.

on the workout menu for this morning: YOGA!


specifically, a dave farmar baptiste power yoga podcast. going to yoga last weekend with cara was really fun and i’d love to get to more live classes! however, i was also happy to find out that the workout was similar to the ones i have done with yogadownload — maybe a little more intense, but that’s more due to the types of classes i tend to select.

i’ve done a routine of dave’s from yogadownload, but even more enticing are the FREE audio routines on iTunes (or podbean). i find that i don’t really look at the pdf pose guide very often, so i think i should be okay with audio only.

i have a fairly hectic day up ahead (regular clinic, then wake teen clinic), so i will try to keep the lessons dave embeds in his routines in mind.

what happens when orla kiely + anthropologie mix?

you get this dress! and i HAVE to post it. how springy and cute.

coming up!
☑ 2-week check-in on 2010 resolutions
☑ a super-fun blogger interview



workout: 5 miles on the TM @ 0.5% incline with 3 tempo miles in the middle.
warm-up mile @ 9:13/mi
miles 2-4 @ 7:53/mi
mile 5 cooldown mile @ 9:13/mi

doin’ soup: ohhhhh we’ll be eating soup for a while in this household. luckily, the splendid table ‘garden-in-a-pot’ recipe was tasty and super-healthy!

served with more dr. krackers and bloomin’ sweet ash goat cheese from hillsborough cheese co (ie my current favorite cheese ever)

reading: 10 or so PREP questions. the boards that i signed up for are a mere 9 months away, after all.

1 Comment

  • Reply Jill March 10, 2019 at 7:26 pm

    That cheese looks soo good, like something I had in France once…mmmm

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