Earlier today Reggi called me to check in and see if I would be at yoga. We were talking about my weekend of going here and there with friends and the two pound penalty I now must work hard to pay all week long. We started to talk about how you can pretty much work out like a maniac but it's really all about the food, it's about what you put in your mouth. She said, in typical Reggi style "you just have to watch what you put in your pie hole". When we hung up her words stuck in my mind. I chuckled a bit and thought to myself "damn, if we could all just pay attention to what goes in and out of our pie hole, we could rule the world". Good healthy food in, encouraging loving words out. There you have it folks. The secret to life. Don't say I never gave ya anything. Just watch what goes in and out of the pie hole.
Monday, November 9, 2009
Impromptu Challenge Day 1: Watch what goes in and out of your piehole
Yes, you read that title right. I'm doing an impromptu little 30 day challenge and because I feel accountable when I blog, well, I'll blog everyday again. My studio started one November 1st and said we can jump in anytime up til November 13th. This challenge will be a bit different than ones in the past due to our schedule change. I will do mostly Bikram but will for sure jump into Moksha classes as well to make sure I get my 30 classes of hot yoga in. This last minute decision was made out of guilt, after missing 5 days in a row. The missed days were due in large part to a weekend of pure fun and debauchery with my out of town guest, good friend Lisa. She was in town with a friend for another friends 40th who went to college with us. The birthday girl lives in St. George but wanted to come to Vegas to celebrate. So we obliged her. Alot. I thought I was going to pay for it in that room today, but blessedly the studio owner taught. He tends to keep the room as close to 105 as possible without going over and doesn't hold us in poses for long like some others tend to do. I missed my studio so much and was grinning and waving like an idiot at people coming and going. My body was happy too and creaked, stretched and flexed the toxins out, happy to be rid of them.