Details to come soon.
It’s totally ok to veer off course or fall off the wagon as long as you take notice of it, do some course correcting and get right back on track.
The last time I really worked out was on Tuesday Aug 26th. That morning I attended an early Om on the Range yoga class. Then the next day Josh and I were off to Nevada for our first Burning Man experience.
Burning Man was a lot of fun, exploring, walking, biking, climbing and jumping. I even got to take a yoga class while there. Then we spent last Monday and Tuesday relaxing and recovering poolside in Reno, NV.
After returning to Chicago I was in such a chill vacation mode that I decided to take the rest of the week off from exercising. After a few anxiety flare ups over the weekend it’s clear to me that it’s time to get back on track.
Lots of people probably assume that I am vain and that I workout so that I look good or to maintain a certain weight. For me working out is a form of stress management. Without five-ish days of exercise a week it’s possible for stress and anxiety to weasel it’s way right back into my life, screaming and kicking for attention. And trust me, no one wants that.
Consider this my fitness frenzy recap for weeks 17 and 18. I am not sure if I will keep up with those posts in the future. But, we’ll see.
This evening I’m back at Air Fit for a few days before my summer package expires. Then I’ll be trying out the Pure Barre Wicker Park location for most of September and October. Om on the Range will always be my go to spot for yoga. I’m eager to see what else I’ll get into this fall.