Since I am not allowed to participate in any activities in which I could take a hit to the head/neck or in which I make any jerky movements, I went to the gym for some upper body exercises and stationary bike work. I was rather surprised to discover my weight had dipped to 111 and then I remembered that I hadn't eaten any solid food in two days. Still... all that soup and then yoplait should have kept the weight constant. Anyway, I'm now below optimum weight but I'm not going to try to add any
I missed open bouts on Thursday, other obligations. This time of year breaks up the schedule anyway.
Since I'm almost done with the Deathflu, I went down to FAP.
Watched the kids class for a while, because little kids fencing is cute. They played "short lunge/long lunge". I was reminded that a lunge and an advance should both start the exact same way, so the opponent does not know what you're going to do.
Food for thought as I did my footwork. Nice and slow, just making
It feels odd not to be at fencing practice today but I had a tooth extracted yesterday and they were quite firm about no sporting activities and esp. those that might involve a blow to the face. I said I had a protective mask. They said do NOT fence. My husband threatened to hide my car keys.
So here I am at home on a Saturday, doing absolutely nothing.
I had/still have a head cold/something and a cough that just doesn't want to go away and now I've had an abscessed
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Here's the thing: I haven't trained much since Bulgaria. I haven't worked out. I haven't done much of anything besides my job, which I love and which is endlessly absorbing to me. I get to work at 7:30, work like a maniac all day, and leave at 5:00, often taking work home with me. I work through lunch, I work through breaks, and during homeroom I often work with four or five boys in a row, solving problems and making a difference. I'm stressed and preoccupied. And I'm overweight. In the