Delicious Rabbit Food

April 20, 2011 at 2:03 pm Leave a comment

Do you like to eat like a rabbit? I do. Especially when I find an awesome organic salad bar with homemade nut and veggie pates and a whole slew of delicious dressings for cheap.

Ok so working a 9 to ~6 and commuting over 3 hours roundtrip can take a lot out of a girl, especially when you mix some much needed workouts in there. Last night I headed over to the 33rd and Park Equinox for what they refer to as “Training Camp” and what I’d refer to as my own personal hell/heaven. It’s a class run by ex-NFL athletes and they take you through an hour of targeted plyometrics that not only keep your heart pumping, but your lunch working its way up your throat. Imagine what you think you know about burpees, then imagine doing hundreds of them on only one arm or one leg and incorporating inhumane twists that no one should ever attempt. No vomits were officially present, but seriously, if you ever want your ass handed to you, go try this class. Not recommended if you’re in need of a morale booster since I left feeling like I was an out-of-shape slob after witnessing the instructor’s blatantly peak physical capabilities, but really awesome to keep on the schedule for detox days. Anyone want to go with me???

Gotta go, time to read through more concept papers on sustainable fisheries. Smiles!!!!!


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