When she said that phrase, I walked over to Joy and told her that class was going to be very hard. About two beats later, Kate said that she'd had a two hour nap which just about made me shake in my Nike.
About 15 minutes in, it felt like time was standing still but it's all about, as Kimberly over at Living the Fit Life talked about, leaving your comfort zone.
Even cinema supports my effort. I was watching a movie on Friday. Actually, I fell asleep on a movie on Friday and finished watching it on Saturday. My friend likes to protest because I, apparently, have a hard time staying alert since I've taken on my second job i.e. exercising.
I was watching Shall We Kiss? (Un Baiser s'il vous plaît?), a quirky little French flick which I liked because the director, at least, shunned the formulaic.
Câline's former boyfriend wants to know why she is not upset about their breakup:
All you can do is wait for your injuries to heal. No point in whining about it. It (anger) won't make your injuries heal quicker.
That's the way that I feel about my shoulder now: C'est la vie and let the games begin. And that's the way I feel about Kate's class.
Besides, according to Kate, her class has all kinds of benefits. All of that leg work, one-legged mountain climbers (platform-assisted) et al. is supposed to make us sleep better.
Me: ThAnKsHave you thanked your cardio instructor lately -- even if it was in a slightly sarcastic way? Seen any good movies of late?
Here's an interesting video about dinner plate inflation. I kept trying to embed the video but it kept giving me Keith Olbermann. Ha...