Lots of Modern Family, lying down, and eating, haha... she has a DVR. Soooo much Modern Family.
I was sore the next day, which was nice... upper arms, and legs. It's good to shake things up and try different workouts.
We celebrated Thanksgiving on Wednesday, since my sister had to work the next day. I roasted a Tofurkey with sweet potatoes and onions. I was a bit horrified when I saw that the Lobsters that my dad had gotten were still alive... maybe I will become a vegetarian one day. If they do have to die, maybe there's some quick and painless way to kill them.
I considered running that night, because my body wanted to, but my body was also tired and a little bit full, so I delayed it until the next day.
Hunger Games is giving me incentive to train again. I LOVE training scenes in movies, haha. It's always my favorite part. I like taking pictures of gyms that I go to at hotels and apartments because one day, it would be fun to have my own gym. Hunger Games would be a cool theme, now that I think of it.
I did a nice 7.0miler on Thursday, at 3 degrees of incline. It had been 4 days since my last run, which was why it felt pretty easy. 8:24 ave pace, 7:44 effort after factoring in the incline. Did some functional arm workouts afterwards, with the nice equipment that they had in the apartment fitness room.
Went shopping T-day night. I was most excited about this:
Which has an uncanny resemblance to this:
Friday, another nice run. 5.0 mi in 41:16, 8:15 ave, on a 2 degree treadmill.