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Friday, June 11, 2010

Today, I Tried Yoga

Quit yapping. You're ruining my meadow!
No, seriously. It was harder than I thought. I thought I'd sit on a mat, breathe deeply, and think about my shopping list. Instead, I sweated, discovered I'm not as flexible or balanced as I thought, and nearly fell off an enormous beach ball. My shoulder HURTS LIKE I HAVE BEEN SWINGING FROM CHANDELIERS. Ok, get that out of your head now. Tee hee. And I can't wait to go back next week!

Here's a question for those who are exercise enthusiasts. Is it normal to constantly have to go to the bathroom when you start working out. I'm pretty sure the weight I've lost recently is due to excess bathroom use, and not all the exercise. I'm seriously going to run out of TP.

5 comments:

covnitkepr1 said...

At my age...I don't exersize...it makes me sore all over.
I invite you to visit and follow my blog as I do yours.

Anonymous said...

YES MA'AM !!!

I just joined a gym and it seems that the more you move the more you go...


LAURA

Sarah R said...

Why, I'd love to come visit, Covnit.
And Laura...I had to run out of the yoga class at one point before I had issues. I bet they're used to it, though.

Jennifer M. said...

Interesting. I've never had that problem. Then again... I rarely exercise. Lol.

My guess is that it's your bodies way of letting go of toxins. When you exercise, maybe you're signaling to your body that you're happy and healthy and it can start working properly again. So release it goes...

That's just my theory. I know nothing on the matter. ;P

Sarah R said...

Jennifer: I asked my cousin who dates a personal trainer. It's true: by exercising, EVERYTHING starts to move. OUT. And not when it's convenient. Plus also remember I've had three children. My bladder hates me.