Exercise Report Card 4: Exhaustion

Commercial elliptical trainer (rear drive version)

Commercial elliptical trainer (rear drive version) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

It’s been an exhausting few days, but here we are with this Monday’s update of Keep Me on Track.

Monday – 30 minutes on the cross-trainer. It hurt. Might have something to do with recent lack of sleep?

Tuesday – My Pilates instructor is on holiday. How could she do this to me?? No exercise.

Wednesday – 33 minutes cross-trainer. Making up for Tuesday.

Thursday – 35 minutes power walking. I see that I have written this down in the draft post, so I assume it’s correct, but I am too tired to actually remember doing it. 

Friday – 45 minutes Pilates. Welcome back instructor.

Saturday – attempted to power walk with stroller but BabyBoy and BabyGirl weren’t having any of it. Exercise abandoned.

Sunday – 33 minutes cross-trainer.

I am shattered. This is either due to:

a) exhaustion;

b) this diet I am on – the first one I have ever done (boo); or

c) a combination of both.

Maybe next week I’ll have a better idea which…see you for an update then!

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11 thoughts on “Exercise Report Card 4: Exhaustion

  1. Valerie

    How’s your protein intake? And your water? Just checkin’ since you’re worn out. *hugs* I hope you feel better!! xx

    Reply
    1. multimummy Post author

      Water intake is huge but am struggling with the lack of food. Have now modified diet a bit as it was getting a bit of out hand… Thanks for the ideas! 🙂

      Reply
      1. Valerie

        Not sure if this is helpful or not, but beans are high in protein (and fiber) but low in fat and calories, so that might be somethingyou could do for lunches if you like them. Beans and rice? Or bean quesadillas….etc. Glad to hear your water levels are up where they should be. 🙂

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