Do you have kids that wait until the last minute to tell you they need something for a science project?
Last night, an hour before bed, my daughter said she needed 2 cakes-1 green and 1 red/pink one. The project is to make a 3-D plant cell and animal cell. She also needed Jell-O, pudding, and frosting. That's ALL. So we stayed up a little later than normal to make these fabulous cakes. I don't know how this is going to turn out, but it seems a little over ambitious for a 6th grader.
This little guy has some fruit issues. If he eats too much, he gets a tummy ache and screams in the night. The last time I looked at the clock, it was 4:30 am. I think he will be better tonight, I hope!
Yesterday was a day off from the gym. We played outside for a few hours in the hot sun. It was so nice. Today is cloudy and windy. I am glad we took advantage of the nice days we've had lately.
Today was the first day that I tried to lift heavier. I worked my back and did a few machines that I don't do very often. I think I could go even heavier, but I want to see how sore I am this weekend. I still want to run, which doesn't work if I am overly sore. Tomorrow will be a 3 mile run/legs day.
- Lat pulls--wide grip (75, 80, 80 lb.)
- back extensions
- single armed row (30 lb.)
- Assisted Pull ups (100 lb. pull)
- Upright row (45 lb.)
- Lat pulls--close grip (85 lbs.)
- Shoulder press with twist (neutral position) 20 lb. dumbbells
35 minutes--AMT--16/18 Intervals
8 minutes--treadmill--1 mile
10 minutes--push ups, planks