This morning I did an “easy” 7 mile run in 60 minutes. I was a little worried I would be feeling sluggish from lifting weights the other day and running twice (10 miles) yesterday, but I actually felt quite good. I didn’t push myself by any means and just enjoyed the easy pace. 🙂
I have had a major itch to get my yoga on since the last time I went which was exactly a month ago–much too long! So tonight I made it a point to get my butt over to Anchorage Yoga for some Hot Flow Fusion!
I sure love sweating it out during yoga, but I’m not quite sure I got into this type of class. It was a combination of several different types of yoga: Bikram, Anusara, Kundalini and Ashtanga, but I don’t know enough about the different types to distinguish one from another.
I’m also not sure I was super fond of the instructor, the lack of music, and bright lights (instead of the dimly lit room the other two times I’ve gone), but then again this is only my 4th class. . . I’m still learning.
Hot yoga has been my favorite thus far, so I think I’ll stick with that for now.
Tonight’s dinner featured bacon from my parent’s farm we made sure to stock up on and bring back with us.
Craig made me a delicious BLT sandwich with home-grown bacon for me!!
Ever heard of “heart-attack snow?”
I hadn’t until I read Tina’s blog post about it. I know shoveling large amounts of wet, heavy snow is difficult, but I never thought it could actually cause someone to have a heart attack. . . . that is until my grandmother passed away last week from doing this very thing!!
I never did write on how my grandmother passed away, but that’s exactly what happened. She was trying to shovel her car out of the snow and had a heart attack right then and there. She was a very active lady–mobile, independent, and never needed assistance–but the colder temperatures + exerting herself too much lead to having a heart attack. Crazy, but so real!!
I’m so glad tomorrow is Friday!! It has been a long week!!
What is your favorite kind of yoga?