Friday, May 25, 2007

Friday May 25




























FRIDAY MAY 25, 2007

Had a great run with Tracy yesterday. Only 30 minutes, but on our way back we did intervals for 15 minutes - sprint 1 minute, walk 30 seconds, etc.

Flat Bench Press LT: n/a TT: 95/15RP
Stretch ~ 60 seconds

Incline Shoulder Press Machine LT: n/a TT: 70/22RP
Stretch ~ 60 seconds

LifeFitness Tri Ext LT: n/a TT: 65/21RP
Stretch: 15# for 60 seconds

HS Pulldowns LT: n/a TT: 110/18RP

Pulley Low Row LT: 120/4, 90/8 TT: 120/4, 90/9SS

Abs
Crunches 4 sets of 15
Standing Pulley thingies 2 sets of 15 each side

Favorite Quotes for Today ~

If evolution really works, how come mothers only have two hands?

--Milton Berle

Every so often, I like to stick my head out the window, look up, and smile for a satellite picture.
--Steven Wright

This 2nd one cracks me up because we looked up our house on google's satellite thing and when you zoom in you can see that we happened to be slip 'n sliding the day that photo was taken...you never know...so look up and SMILE!



2 comments:

Melissa H said...

I'm going to remind you that you deleted your last blog partly because you wanted to stop obsessing about all things fitness and health and just live it. Just a thought. Don't want to see you and your beautiful family updates disappear again because you're posting workouts. :-)

Julie True said...

Hey ~
No worries. Things in that area have actually been going really good. I have finally broken Steve of the obsessive talk of all things nutrition and it has helped my mindset A LOT!

I've actually been thinking of trying to start some type of bible study on this blog, but I haven't quite decided. I think anyone who might be interested could just be given access to post on this blog, or maybe I could just start up a separate blog. I contemplated trying one up on the Study Buddies board again, but I just have such a bad taste in my mouth about the previous attempts and no follow through from people. Even just the daily devotional we started couldn't generate a dedicated following. BTW - I'm almost done with that devotional book - have you kept up with the reading? I bought a journal devotional of My Utmost for His Highest and it is really really making me think a lot more than I'm used to doing with a devotional. I love it!
J