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Back to the FitBit

Good afternoon! 

Workout

This morning, I went to the gym. Pre-workout, I had some Cellucor C4 in strawberry margarita. I’ve tried a few of the C4 flavors but the icy blue razz is still my favorite.

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I rode the stationary bike and did a quick shoulder workout since I had physical therapy this afternoon.

My shoulder exercises included:

  • Arnold presses
  • Upright rows on cable machine
  • Mac raises with an overhead press (from Bodypump!)
  • Rear delt rope pulls
  • Lateral cable raises

My leg is still a little sore after the 4 miles I did on the treadmill on Monday. The pain is usually the worse in my quad which is where all my pain started almost two years ago. It’s frustrating that I still have quad pain after surgery but I guess my quad was overworked for so long that it takes a long time to get back to normal.

 FitBit

I recently started wearing my FitBit again.

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I took it off because of my hip surgery but Danny recently got a FitBit from his brother so I decided to start wearing mine again. I like that it keeps me accountable with getting enough steps and it syncs to MyFitnessPal so it tracks calories in vs calories out.

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Snack

Before physical therapy this afternoon, I had a thinkThin dark chocolate peppermint bar.

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This is the best thinkThin bar I’ve had! So far, I’ve only been able to find it at Whole Foods but I’m hoping I can find them somewhere closer to me!

Well, I’m off to eat a late lunch and pick up Jaden from school. Have a great afternoon!

 

 

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Increasing My Distance

Happy birthday to my sister-in-law, Crystal!

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We went out Saturday night to Carrabba’s to celebrate!

Danny and I:

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Jaden and my mom:

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Today

This morning, I went my longest distance on the treadmill since my hip surgery – four miles! A fitting distance since my surgery was four months ago yesterday!

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It definitely took me a while to complete four miles, and I am really feeling it in my hip and leg now so I am going to take it easy for the rest of the day. I’m happy that I can finally start increasing my distance.

After the treadmill, I worked on biceps and finished up my workout with some stretching and foam rolling.

I haven’t worn my Polar heart rate monitor lately, so I wore it today and I burned over 800 calories!

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After the gym, I stopped at Wal-Mart and I could not pass up these peppermint ice cream Drumsticks.

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Peppermint ice cream is one of all time favorite ice creams and I wait all year to eat it. I have never seen peppermint Drumsticks before, so I had to buy them!

They also had Amy’s full-size pizzas for $5.47 which is the cheapest I have seen them anywhere.

Have a great afternoon!

  • What’s your favorite holiday/seasonal food? I love peppermint ice cream, cranberry sauce, and pumpkin pie!
  • Did you workout today?

 

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Friday Favorites

Happy Friday! This weekend is our biggest Halloween weekend yet! We have lots planned.

Tonight, we have a Halloween game planned by my grandparents. Saturday we have our big Halloween party and costumes will be revealed. And Sunday we have our annual pumpkin carving and Halloween food night.

It’s going to be a super busy weekend but tons of fun!

Friday Favorites

  • My Family

I am very lucky to such a close family, even if we get a little crazy around the holidays! Tonight, I am looking forward to our annual Halloween game. My aunt and uncle are even flying in from California to join in all the Halloween fun!

My dad first had the idea of doing a Halloween game a few years ago. He did the game the first year which included a lot of clues and finding certain items, scavenger hunting, and trivia.

The game begins…

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My sister-in-law hosted the game the next year and she made it more of an Amazing Race style game…complete with having to lie inside a coffin.

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There was a camera in the coffin so everyone could watch you freak out from the outside.

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I made up the game last year and it was a huge scavenger hunt with mini games along the way.

One of the scavenger hunt items was to find a black cat.

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Mission accomplished.

This year my grandparent’s are hosting the game and I am really excited to play tonight!

  • The Gym

I really do love the gym. I workout about 5 days a week.

Yesterday, I was finally able to walk one mile on the treadmill since having hip surgery…so of course, I had to take a bathroom selfie.

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After having hip surgery and not being able to do much of anything for awhile, I really appreciate the fact that I can workout. Being stuck in bed is no fun and I don’t take being able to workout for granted.

I used to be able ti run miles and now my biggest accomplishment is being able to walk one mile without stopping. But it’s progress and that’s what’s important.

  • Throwback Pictures

I posted this old picture on Instagram yesterday. I love looking at old pictures of my kids and seeing how much they’ve grown, especially Jacob.

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Jacob was probably about two or three in this picture and it’s amazing seeing him grow since he was only 1 lb and 14 oz when he was born. He was a micropreemie and I love seeing him go from being tiny to a toddler to a teenage.

And I look really young in that picture. That’s a plus. :)

Fun Fact: Jacob has been wearing glasses since he was 6 months old. People always used to ask me if he was wearing real glasses. No, I put fake glasses on my infant. Yes, they’re real.

  • Shamrock Farms Rockin’ Refuel

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I found these protein drinks at the grocery store and I bought one to try. They are delicious and  I love that they have 20 grams of protein. I have been drinking one after my workout.

I’m off to the gym this morning and then I have a bunch of errands to run to get ready for this weekend! Have a great Friday!!

  • What are your Friday favorites?

 

 

 

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Shoulder Workout and Pumpkin Farm

Good morning! Happy Sunday!

On Friday morning, I went to the gym and did a shoulder workout. I am always looking for new shoulder exercises to do and I found a great shoulder workout on the FitnessRX website.

I did the “Ultimate Shredder” workout which consisting on the following exercises done in a giant set:

  • Dumbbell Side Lateral Raises
  • Dumbbell Shoulder Presses
  • Alternating Dumbbell Shoulder Raises
  • Dumbbell Seated Rear Delt Raises

I did each exercises for 20 reps back to back with no rest in between. I repeated it five times with two minutes rest in between sets. By the time I was done, my shoulders were dead. Dead. That was a tough workout.

I finished up my workout with a little bit of my physical therapy exercises and some core work. I am very happy because my physical therapist gave me the okay to do sit-ups on the stability ball, side planks, and regular planks. I had to start with doing the regular planks on my knees because my adductor muscle would kick in when it shouldn’t but now I can do a plank on my toes for 30 seconds.

I am just very happy to be progressing and getting back to where I used to be pre-surgery. Darn hip bone being all misshapen.

Saturday

On Saturday, we went to a local pumpkin farm with my mom.

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It was beautiful out yesterday, and the pumpkin farm was crowded. I am the kind of person that can’t handle large crowds for very long. Luckily, the pumpkin farm in large and spread out so it wasn’t too bad.

The kids went on some rides.

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Jaden’s favorite part was riding the camel.

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In totally unrelated news, my brother in law was on the news the other day!

He is a firefighter and the local news station does a feature on Firehouse Chefs. Local firefighters come into the station and get to cook their recipe on tv! I thought it was very cool!!

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Have a great Sunday!

  • Favorite shoulder exercise?
  • Do you go to the pumpkin farm?
  • Have you ever been on tv?

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Doctors and Drinks

Good afternoon! How was your weekend?!

This morning, I had my three month check-up with my hip surgeon. The doctor said that I’m right on track where I should be. He said that the adductor pain I was having was totally normal and after about 12 weeks post surgery the recovery goes a lot faster.

I still have to do at least six more weeks of physical therapy and I can slowly start progressing to exercises like squats and core work. He said I will eventually be back to 100% and do all the things I used to do, like running, but it will just take awhile to get to that point.

I have another appointment in six weeks and he said that at that appointment he will let me know if I can start running or not. He said that I am not able to run until I build up more strength in my right leg but he’s hopeful that in another 6-8 weeks, I can start a walk to run program. I’m keeping my fingers crossed!

I didn’t realize what a big surgery and recovery process this was going to be! I’m just glad that eventually I will be totally healed and normal, and the physical therapist said my running should even improve since my hip problem is fixed!

Yesterday I felt really good. Normally I can only walk about 10 minutes or so before my hip starts to tighten but yesterday we took the kids to a nearby forest preserve and we walked for almost 50 minutes.

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We did take one bathroom break and about a five break to take some pictures but I was amazed at how good I felt walking.

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I haven’t walked that much without breaks since before my surgery! I was a little tired by the time we got back to the car but overall I felt great! I feel like I am finally making some progress!

Backing up to the weekend a bit…

On Saturday morning Jacob had a soccer game. After his game, we came home and I started making chili because my family was coming over for a bonfire and a Halloween drink night (I told you my family is crazy about Halloween).

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My dad’s Halloween drink was amazing and I was scared to drink it because the darn thing was boiling!

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Luckily it was only dry ice that gave it that effect and we were able to drink it. Leave it to my dad to make the craziest drink!

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It was a fun night of chili, s’mores, and Halloween drinks!

I haven’t been to the gym in a few days because we’ve been so busy and I had a doctor appointment this morning but I plan on getting back to the gym tomorrow morning!

Have a great afternoon!

  • What did you do this weekend?

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It’s October!

Happy October 1st!

It’s the first day of October and the Halloween season has begun! My family is big into Halloween and we have a Halloween event planned for every weekend in October. It all ends with a big Halloween party where we keep our costumes a secret until the party.

Last year, Danny was Superman/Clark Kent and I was Wonder Women.

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I am still thinking of a good idea for this year’s costume!

Yesterday

Yesterday was my first day back to the gym since before we went to Alabama. My adductor muscle is still bothering me a little so the physical therapist said I should do strength training every other day and rest or swim on the days in between.

Yesterday when I went to the gym, I worked on back and biceps. I also walked backwards on the walking track. I am having a hard time walking for more than a few minutes without pain in my hip and glute. So on Monday, the physical therapist had me walk backwards on the treadmill to work my hip extensors.

I have a hard time being coordinated enough just to walk regular so I was nervous about walking backwards on a treadmill but I went at a slow pace and managed not to go flying off the back of the treadmill. I was nervous about walking backwards by myself on the treadmill at the gym, so I did it on the walking track instead.

Have you ever tried walking backwards for an extended amount of time? It’s harder than it looks!

I wore my heart rate monitor to the gym yesterday for the first time in a long time and I was happy to see I burned so many calories strength training and walking.

From Instagram:

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Yesterday afternoon, Jacob got braces!

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I can’t believe how grown-up he looks with braces. I still think of him as my little baby and its hard for me to comprehend the fact that he’s a teenager now. How do they grow up so fast?!

He did really well getting the braces and was excited to show all the kids in the neighborhood when he got home. Now he just better take care of those things because braces are expensive!

I didn’t get braces on until I was 16 years old and I wore them until I was 19 years old.

Today

Since I worked out at the gym yesterday, I stuck to swimming today. I haven’t swam since before California and I can’t say I was overjoyed to get back in the pool. Swimming is okay but I don’t think I’ll ever love it.

Today I swam 40 laps (with and without the kickboard), did three sets of squats, and three sets of walking lunges.

Now, I have so much water stuck in my ears and it’s driving me crazy.

Breakfast

Along with my breakfast this morning, I had a Dannon Pumpkin Pie Greek yogurt.

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My dad texted me a picture of this yogurt the other day and I had to run out to the store to find it!

This yogurt is amazing! I also had one with my dinner last night. I’ve had the Chobani pumpkin yogurt also but the Dannon is a lot better. I like them both but the Dannon is sweeter and tastes more like pumpkin pie!

This afternoon I have physical therapy and then I have my next follow-up doctor appointment on Monday. I’ll be almost three months post surgery. I can’t believe that my surgery was three months ago!

Have a great afternoon and enjoy the start of October!!!

  • What are you looking forward to the most in October?
  • Do you dress up for Halloween?
  • Did you ever wear braces?

 

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Physical Therapy, The Gym, and Food!

Good afternoon!

Congrats to the winners of the Ortholite Insoles giveaway: Michele, Emily, and Mindy! I have already sent the winners an email!

Physical Therapy

Monday evening was my first therapy appointment since coming back from California. Since my adductor pain has calmed down a lot, I am able to do a lot more in physical therapy. We’re focusing on a lot more glute and leg exercises which is a nice change.

I’ve been using a leg press type machine to do leg presses, single leg presses, and glute kickbacks.

The Gym

I have also been getting back into going to the gym on a regular basis.

Today, I worked on chest and triceps. I did chest presses, chest flyes, medicine ball chest presses with throw, triceps extensions, single arm triceps extensions, cable extensions, etc.

I usually finish up my workout with a couple of my physical therapy exercises like clamshells and hip bridges. And I always foam roll my IT band and glutes.

After my workout today, I had a 1st Phorm protein shake in chocolate peanut butter cup.

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Food

I usually eat grilled veggie flatbread pizzas for lunch. I found a new Flatout pizza crust to try – Artisan pizza crust in rosemary and olive oil.

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I add pizza sauce, grilled red pepper, green pepper, onions, and mozzarella cheese. It’s fast & easy to make and one of my favorite meals.

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Whenever I go to Target I always look at the Evol frozen food products. They always look good but I have never bought any until I saw they had street tacos!

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Mexican food is my all time favorite food so I thought these would be good to try out for a quick meal to throw in the microwave.

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I made them today for lunch and they were pretty good. A tiny bit spicy but still good.

I ‘d probably buy them again for a quick meal if I’m in a hurry but I love making my veggie flatbread pizzas more. :)

I have another physical therapy appointment tonight. It seems like I’ll be going twice a week for the rest of my life. My next post-surgery doctor appointment is October 6th so we’ll see what the doctor says!

Have a great afternoon!

  • Have you ever been in physical therapy?
  • Favorite fast lunch/dinner?
  • Did you workout today?

 

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OrthoLite Fusion Insoles Review and Giveaway

Disclaimer: I received the OrthoLite Fusion insoles to try out at no cost to me. All opinions are my own.

Since my hip surgery, I haven’t been able to run but I can still walk distances that I find comfortable and without pain. Hopefully, once my adductor pain goes away and I strengthen my legs, I’ll be back to running. I am aiming for next Spring :)

Danny, of course, is still able to run and always has been a great natural runner. He’s able to get up and just run distances that I (and most people) would have to train for. So, when OrthoLite sent me a pair of their performance insoles, they were nice enough to send Danny a pair to try out too.

His and hers insoles:

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I have been using mine while walking. I am back to wearing my Fitbit so I am trying to get my steps in for the day. I usually don’t reach 10,000 steps but I am working my way back up to it. I usually average between 5,000 and 8,000 steps.

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I have mentioned the OrthoLite Performance Insoles on my blog before and I’ve always had a great experience with them.

The insoles are made for all athletic and outdoor shoes or boots. You simply pop out the insoles that are currently in your shoes and then put in the OrthoLite insoles in place of them. They can also me trimmed to fit your shoe.

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OrthoLite insoles are different from the basic insoles that come in your shoes. OrthoLite insoles offer comfort, cushioning, and breathability. To me personally, I find them a lot more comfortable than the insoles that come with shoes.

They use innovative technology to keep your foot cooler, drier, and healthier. An environmentally-friendly anti-microbial is added to all OrthoLite insoles to help fight against fungus, odor, and bacteria. They are made with an unique open cell structure that allows air to travel through and around the insole to provide maximum ventilation, which helps keep the foot dry and cool.

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OrthoLite has a 100% support, comfort, and performance guarantee and for every insole purchased, OrthoLite donates $1 to Level Field Fund, a grant-giving program that strives to bridge gaps in funding uniquely talented athletes.

Overall, Danny and I both loved the insoles. They felt very comfortable and keep our shoes odor-free! They make running a breeze…for Danny. :)

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OrthoLite is letting three people enter to win their own pair of OrthoLite insoles! Enter below!

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Dry Needling and Vacation!

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My heart goes out to all those affected by the tragic events of September 11th, 2001. Even thirteen years later, I am sure the pain is still fresh for some. United we stand. Never forget.

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Good morning!

As I mentioned a couple of weeks ago, I had a small set back in physical therapy. Basically, my adductor muscle (inner thigh) has been in a lot of pain that won’t go away. It is overactive and compensating for my weak hip and glute muscles.

It has been making it very difficult to do the exercises at physical therapy because my adductor muscle constantly takes over when it shouldn’t. I am pretty much at a stand still with my hip and glute strengthening exercises because my adductor muscle is all like, I’m king of this castle! I am going to take over every muscle in your body! Bwahhhhaaaa.

My adductor muscle is being a jerk.

Despite all my physical therapist’s best efforts, we haven’t had any luck with my adductor muscle pain. So, yesterday she suggested we try something a little different: dry needling. Yes, it is as bad as it sounds. It’s similar to acupuncture.

From the Athletico website:

Dry needling is a skilled intervention that uses a thin filiform needle to penetrate the skin and release underlying myofascial trigger points, muscular, and connective tissues for the management of neuromusculoskeletal pain and movement impairments.  Dry needling (DN) is a technique used to treat dysfunctions in skeletal muscle, fascia, and connective tissue, and, diminish persistent peripheral nociceptive input, and reduce or restore impairments of body structure and function leading to improved activity and participation.

Do I hate needles? Yes. Am I terrified of needles? No.

At this point, I was so sick of the pain, I was willing to try anything to make it go away. Including jamming needles straight into my muscle.

I think my pain tolerance level falls somewhere in the middle of the pain tolerance spectrum. I’m not a huge baby but I don’t like pain either. I’ve had two babies, three amniocentesis needles stuck in my belly, my tonsils out, my nose pierced, hip surgery, plantar fasciitis, hip bursitis, detached rib cartilage, cortisone shots, and more. I’m no stranger when it comes to pain.

Dry needling hurts. It was not fun. It was one of the weirdest sensations I have ever experienced in my life. I am not one of those people that outwardly screams or yells when I’m in pain. But when they stuck that needle into my muscle a sound came out of me that I couldn’t stop. And my muscles spasmed on their own which was weird.

I wouldn’t exactly call it unbearable pain but it was not fun. At all. The whole process lasted about 5 minutes or so. I didn’t look at all so I’m not really sure what the needles looked like. I’m sure they were small, but I wasn’t about to make myself faint by looking.

I was sore afterwards which is normal. My groin muscle was really sore for the rest of the night and I spent the afternoon on the couch.

This morning I felt better but still sore. The physical therapist said it was okay to swim but to stay out of the gym until my appointment on Friday afternoon. She said that if there is still pain, I might need one more dry needling session. I pray that I don’t.

I really hope this works because I am anxious to get on with my physical therapy and get better!

With all that bad news about my recovery, I do have a some good news – I’m going on vacation! I won’t have access to a gym while I’m gone and that’s actually a good thing because it will give my leg a lot of time to rest. I will have access to a pool which is good because the physical therapist says that swimming is the best thing I can do at this point.

To tell you the truth, I actually invited myself on my sister-in-in law’s vacation. She is going out to California to visit our aunt and uncle and once I heard she was going, I invited myself along (Sorry, Crystal!). It was really a last-minute and spontaneous decision which isn’t like me at all.

Danny usually goes to Canada every year or every other year. We usually take a small family vacation in the summer, but I haven’t had time to relax alone since I went to California with my mom about seven years ago.

Me and my mom seven years ago when we went to California:

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Oh my gosh. Can we talk about how nice my hair used to be! What happened?! I was also nervous about leaving the kids that time too. You can see a list taped on the door for Danny of everything Jacob needed in his backpack for school and what to wear!

Don’t get me wrong, I love my family and kids to death, but everyone needs a break sometimes. Time to relax and recharge. And in my case, recover. The hardest part will be being away from my kids for so long. I can’t even think about it because it makes me sad. Jacob went to Canada with Danny last year but Jaden has never been away from me for so long. I think it will be hard on him too, but once I’m gone, I’m sure they’ll have funny with Danny. And they’ll be in school all day.

We’re leaving Tuesday afternoon and coming home Saturday night. It’s not an incredibly long time but I’ll still miss Danny and the kids. The hardest part is being so far away. What if something were to happen? Of course, I have total faith in Danny with the kids but you never know what can happen.

I am really looking forward to the trip and can’t wait to go!!

Like I mentioned, I went swimming this morning. I was tired and sore, so I used a kickboard for a lot of my laps and did squats and lunges.

I am used to swimming now although I don’t think I’ll ever love it. The worst part is that it’s making my skin crazy! I normally have very sensitive skin and the chemicals in the pool are drying out my skin like crazy.

I have two huge rough dry patches of skin on my cheeks where the skin is peeling and flaking off. It’s gross and make-up just makes it look worse. I googled ways to deal with dry skin from swimming and most websites said to use moisturizer, Vaseline, or sunscreen prior to and after swimming and to shower right away.

I use moisturizer daily anyway so today I just applied in to my face before I got in the pool.

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I also used overnight conditioner in my hair before I got in the pool.

I don’t like showering at the gym and I only live 5 minutes away, so I just take a shower as soon as I get home. I think the moisturizer helped a little bit today. My cheeks were still dry but not nearly as dry as usual.

Tomorrow, I will be resting from the gym because I have a tons of errands to do. I am going to my cousin’s baby shower this weekend and I’m bringing cookies. I still have to buy a gift and cookie ingredients. I also have to get a few little things I need for California. It’ll be a busy weekend!

I have one more fall food find that I wanted to share with you:

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Dannon caramel apple pie Greek yogurt. These are amazing!!

Have a great day!

Biggest loser starts tonight! Anyone watching??

  • Have you ever done needling/acupuncture?
  • Are you watching the Biggest Loser tonight?
  • Any dry skin tips?

 

 

 

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Baby Showers, Swimming, and The Bears

Good afternoon!

AMRAP Nutrition Bar Winners

The three winners of the AMRAP bars are Sarah, Kelsey, and Melissa. I sent all the winners an email. Congrats!

The Weekend

Our weekend was busy but low-key at the same time.

On Saturday morning, Jacob had a soccer game. On Saturday afternoon, I went to a baby shower for my best friend’s sister.

The mama-to-be:

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Me, Jenny, and Crystal (another mama-to-be):

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I made a cute diaper cake for the shower.

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My grandma made an amazing elephant cake for the shower. How cute did it turn out?! It was delicious red velvet cake on the inside.

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Sunday

In addition to my quad pain, I have been having some pretty bad adductor pain. My quad will get sore when I am doing too much, but the adductor pain is pretty much a constant annoying pain all the time.

My physical therapist told me that I should stay out of the gym for the whole weekend, except for swimming. She said at this point swimming is the best thing I can do. She said to do squats and lunges in the pool rather than kicks because the kicks are using my adductor muscles too much for the time being.

On Sunday morning, Danny and I swam for about 45 minutes. I did a total of 35 laps which is my most so far. I count swimming to one side of the pool as one lap. I usually do some laps without the kickboard and then use the kickboard once my leg and hip starts to get too tired.

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I told myself that if I burned at least 300 calories while swimming, I would get a Dunkin Donuts pumpkin spice crème brulee iced coffee.

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It was amazing.

Sunday afternoon was the first Chicago Bears game of the season! My family came over to watch the game.

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My adorable niece.

Today

Danny was able to find the Chobani pumpkin spice yogurt at Wal-Mart near his work and I had it for breakfast this morning.

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It was so good! It reminds me of pumpkin pie and it would be delicious with graham crackers crumbled on top. Yum! I’m loving all the pumpkin food.

I also found pumpkin bread and cookies.

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This morning, I went to the gym. My adductor is feeling a little better but my quad is sore after working out. It’s never ending and super annoying.

I worked on back and biceps today. I did some of the following exercises:

  • wide grip lat pull down
  • seated cable row
  • back extension machine
  • quadruped opposite arm/leg raise
  • seated biceps curls
  • cable biceps curls
  • plate twists
  • concentration curls

It was a fast workout because I had to pick up my niece. I think I will spend the rest of the day resting my leg!

Have a great afternoon!

  • What did you do this weekend?
  • Are you a football fan? Favorite team?
  • Favorite pumpkin item?

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