If I've been told once, I've been told a billion times; life never gives you what you expect.
My weekend training plan was as follows:
Friday swim and run
Saturday off to spend time with my boyfriend
Sunday swim and run
Monday swim and run
Tuesday bike trainer
Well, I left work Friday and felt like swimming and running about ZERO percent, but like any good triathlete, I made it to the gym and swam. I skipped the short run because I forgot a hat.
Yes, I'm completely aware that forgetting a hat is like the dumbest excuse EVER for skipping a workout. But that was my excuse and I'm sticking with it. Running on a treadmill with soaking wet hair and no hat just didn't appeal to me. Plus, in all seriousness, I was not into the workout at all, so I did what I could and instead of a quick 10 min run, I hung out in the hot tub and then the sauna.
Saturday we celebrated Valentine's Day early since the kids will be at home next weekend.
Sunday I had full intentions of getting to the pool, but the BF woke up sick and left the dog home. So, yes, another lame excuse, I decided to skip the pool and ride the trainer to keep the pooch company at home. I worked out, just didn't swim.
Now it's Monday. The BF is still sick and stayed home from work. I packed my gym bag and went to work, again, with full intentions of swimming after work. Pretty sure I'll be heading home after work to take care of him.
We all know when men are sick, it's worse than having sick kids.
So that leaves me with very little time this week for much of anything. Tuesday I will definitely go to the gym after work... I am truly running out of excuses, and Wednesday I hope to ride the trainer in the morning.
Thursday, the kids and I are headed out of town to the largest indoor waterpark in the state!!
No training will be done from Wednesday until Monday after work.
So, I'm getting nervous.
I had all these grand plans and it seems like I just don't have time to commit to this endeavor.
I'm sticking with it. I have to, but I also need to focus and stop worrying about other people so much and just do what I need to do.
Focus Diane. Just focus.