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September 29, 2008 at 6:20 pm #139228Spark VallenParticipant
[I do keep a personal journal called “From the Cheap Seats” (http://casrin.livejournal.com) on Livejournal, and a spirituality/Jedi-related blog there called “Sparksided” (http://community.livejournal.com/sparksided/) as well. ]
My name is Spark Vallen, and this is my training journal for the Institute. My entries here will be a mix of spiritual pursuits and physical regimes, depending on the day/moment. I’ll just jump in with my exercise log for today and my thoughts on it:
For all that I’d like to think of myself as inexhaustible and invincible… hehe, I’m not. So, I have had to re-adjust my workout schedule slightly in order to accomodate the odd hours and demands of Dracula: the Musical? at least while that show is still in rehearsal. Instead of four days/week to hit the WC, I’m cutting back to three (skipping Fridays). The actual workout’s been about the same when I’m there; I just can’t manage four days and not be totally wiped out and useless for everything else I have to be doing.
Specifics on today’s workout look like this:
–1 mile walking/jogging around the track (today was walking-only).
–20 min on the Reebok body trek elliptical. It has “arms” to move too, which I like best.
–Time spent with a bit of Yoga.
–3 reps (10 each) of all the strength-training machines
That takes about an hour, which is what I aim for. When the show’s over, I want to try and last 30 min on the cardio and walk a bit further on the track. But that means I’ll need to get faster. So, that’s a goal for when I’m not doing a play too.October 1, 2008 at 12:39 pm #149581Spark VallenParticipant
–30 minutes on an exercise bike = 7.71 miles, 168 cal burnt
–4 miles on track (2.25 jogged) = 1/8 mile
Wasn’t feeling good, physically, this morning so I kept it light.
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