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legcramps - Wednesday Aug 07, 2019

Weight: 0.0

Last week's average sleep  - UPDATED - 8 hours

I did end up getting to the lake for some open water swimming yesterday. BF snapped a pretty good picture...

So I ended up getting home around 9 p.m. from the lake. Considering how tired I already was, i'm surprised I stayed up until 11 p.m.! I started watching the CrossFit Games and then I couldn't stop LOL. It is so interesting to me. Anyways, my point is that I was too tired to get up early this morning, and I missed out on the PERFECT morning for a run because I was being an armchair athlete haha!

We are supposed to play ball tonight, but i'm not really looking forward to it - we are playing the toughest team in the league (in my opinion) and they are not a fun team to play against (usually). Or maybe I am just not interested in playing ball anymore this summer...and am starting to become anxious about finishing up a course I started a couple of months ago. It is a nutrition course and I would like to finish it this month but I need to complete an exam and i'm not ready for it yet.

innerpeace on 08/07/2019:
That is great you can swim in the lake.

Horn_of_plenty on 08/07/2019:
I was thinking to myself the other day it might be fun for me to study nutrition (though i do already know quite a bit) - but i could be a nutritionist on the side perhaps. but, i'm thinking that's a lot of school...just something fun to do. probably better just to keep it as a hobby, now that i think about it!

well at least you are very fluent in the cross fit games! haha..

sorry you missed the swim. similar situaiton for me - great weather all morning, then i planned an afternoon bike ride but it rained all afternoon! so poor planning and it didn't happen! oops!

great swim pic and pink cap. seems you like to sport bright, happy colors wherever you are exercising.

i second innerp - i wouldn't be swimming in any lakes by me!

legcramps on 08/08/2019:
The pink cap is helpful in circumstances where there are motorized things whizzing past me ;) It's like a shout out "hey boat, i'm here, don't run me over".

BearCountryGG on 08/07/2019:
Lake swimming is the best....spent my childhood doing that...along with rollerskating.......

Horn_of_plenty on 08/08/2019:
I learned a new word today that you may want to know too!

The word is natation and it means swimming / the action of floating!

so, you have a great natation routine and you are really good at natation! :)

legcramps on 08/08/2019:

legcramps - Tuesday Aug 06, 2019

Weight: 0.0

Last week's average sleep - 7 hours, 39 minutes

I've had some issues with my Fitbit, so average sleep is not entirely accurate, though it would be close.

It's been a busy weekend! Friday night I did some femsport training. Box jumps, cable rows, rope pulls, and medicine ball work. I really focused on the box jumps though. Saturday I headed to BF's after my coaching shift was over. When I got there, we went to the gym for more femsport training. Kettlebells, burpees, and sandbag presses. 

BF moved a deck to his house on Sunday, so I helped him a lot with that - moving deck pieces around, hauling cement pillars. We spent the better part of the day doing that, then relaxed at home because I knew that Monday was going to be a full day of activity so I wanted to get in as much rest as possible!

Monday morning started at 6:00 a.m.(!) with an hour of lane swimming. The rest of the morning we continued to work on the deck outside; here is a before picture. We added a lower section in front of it, and removed the lattice - still lots of work to go, but we got a great start on it.

In the afternoon I had group femsport training. It lasted about two hours, and we covered almost everything that will be required for the femsport competition. Then in the evening BF and I joined a cycling group for a gravel ride. I have been hearing more and more about gravel riding, and just recently found a used gravel bike so I was pretty excited to try it out for the first time!

I need to work on controlling the bike, and probably have to put a little wider tires on it, but i'll get there! Hopefully in time for the gravel race at the end of the month that I signed up for without even knowing what I was getting myself into LOL. It was a good first experience though, and a really great group of people to cycle with for sure. If you're wondering why it looks like there is an extra rib sticking out of my jersey, it's just my heart rate monitor :)

This morning it's back to the grind. Depending on the weather, I would like to drive out to the lake after work today and do some open water swimming. To bed early tonight!

Horn_Of_Plenty on 08/06/2019:
You look great down there at the bottom of your entry in the photo!

You'll have to update us on more of what you are changing / alternating to gear up with the bike and yourself for the gravel part of the race.

The deck looks wonderful. It's nice and big and spacious. Will he be attaching it to his house!?

also, nice job waking up and sticking to your healthy schedule and routine! way to go!

legcramps on 08/07/2019:
Yes, the deck is against his house; he had patio doors there already, just no deck, so this will be awesome to have in the backyard now as he might actually find a reason to be outside there more!

BearCountryGG on 08/06/2019:
I just love the way your helet matches your top...so cute!!!

legcramps on 08/07/2019:
lol, thanks! also, p.s. my shoes also match ;) ;) ;)

Donkey on 08/07/2019:
Wow, you are one active lady!

I love the deck!

Your picture is so pretty!

legcramps - Friday Aug 02, 2019

Weight: 0.0

Last week's average sleep - 7 hours, 18 minutes

The grass that BF re-seeded in the backyard is growing so fast, I had to cut it AGAIN yesterday after work. At least I did not have to cut the front. I'm just amazed at how fast it's growing. Some parts feel like i'm walking on shag carpet it's so thick. Very nice!

I relaxed for about an hour after cutting the grass, waited for BF to arrive, then we went out for a run. While we were running, we stopped at the high school track and did some tire flips. I got a 4km run in, and too many tire flips to count. I feel good about getting back to working out this week and getting back to routine, and as a bonus I got in a little femsport training.

I work tonight and tomorrow at the gym. Tonight, since nothing else is going on, I might try and stay at the gym to get another femsport workout in. Then on Saturday i'm heading to BF's after work and we'll hit the gym and do one more workout for femsport. It will put me in a great position to know what I need to improve for the next few weeks. We'll also get outside for a little biking this weekend; it's supposed to be a scorcher all weekend so we might try for an early morning ride before the sun gets too hot.

Monday is a holiday here; a little afternoon nap might be on the to-do list!

Once September is here, i'll start tracking my workouts again. With two events coming up this month, i'm just trying to fit in what I can whenever possible. Trying to plan them out won't do me any favours; rather, it will be frustrating if I can't make them work or have to keep shuffling them around. It's better this way, for now.



I just decided to do a third event in August, a gravel grind (gravel bike race) on August 31st. I am such a sucker for punishment.

Horn_of_plenty on 08/02/2019:
I'm also amazed how thick grass can be! did you buy this type on purpose? or is it just nice and healthy and always supposed to be like this?

I'm so impressed at your exercise today. love it so much!! tonight actually i had a similar night as you where i came home after work, relaxed a bit, but then went back out to walk a little! it felt good to be out of my apt and outside in the nice, cool summer air!

I totally get you on not totally planning things just to have the plans changing constantly. I usually do just a little plan, as i have less to plan activity wise than you....

I know what you mean by signing up for these events online...;)

good for you, August will be a BLAST!

Donkey on 08/03/2019:
Wow, another event! You ROCK!!!

It's really nice that your BF is into fitness as well. There is so much hiking and biking that I would love to do with my husband that he cannot do. My daughter, who has her own life to live, doesn't have the time to accompany me. I don't want to do that stuff alone - especially the hiking.... It makes me sad.

Donkey on 08/03/2019:
^My point wasn't a pity party (sorry!), but rather to appreciate the gift you have been given. :-)

BearCountryGG on 08/04/2019:
The ups and downs of having a super cool yard......it's beauty....and then...it's work!!! I guess it does explain the old addage..."be careful what you wish for...you just might get it"....I'm sure it is beautiful.

legcramps - Thursday Aug 01, 2019

Weight: 0.0

Last week's average sleep - 7 hours, 18 minutes

I enjoyed another rest day yesterday when I got an email that our ball game was cancelled. There were things I could have done instead, but I felt that I needed to use the opportunity to get some more rest. And rest I did! I took a two hour nap after work, had a bite to eat and took a nice warm bath (self-care) and then watched an episode of Stranger Things and went upstairs to bed. It's been a nice change of pace!

August is here already, oh my! In 16 days, I will be taking part in a sprint triathlon and i'm worried that i'm not ready for it. I think if I got in a couple more open water swims, and a couple more brick workouts, I might feel more ready. So that's the goal for the next two weeks, even if I have to drive to the lake after work just to go swimming. I know my fitness is good and I will finish the race - but I would like to calm my nerves a bit about transition and being able to move smoothly from one discipline to the next. The good news is that I should have no problem with the bike portion of the course! (fingers crossed)


Maria7 on 08/01/2019:
Sounds like you had a wonderful, relaxing day yesterday!

Horn_of_plenty on 08/01/2019:
Hi Legs! I am partially jealous too like Donkey about your ability to be so active on your vaca. it's because of all the training you do, that you can do the things you do - man, that's something for me to think about....

Keep at your training and enjoying "the fit life!"

Horn_Of_Plenty on 08/02/2019:
Good sleep, legs.

I also have days where i need much more than 8 hours sleep, especially after a vacation. good repair going on.

legcramps - Wednesday Jul 31, 2019

Weight: 0.0

So last night I didn't have to drive to the gym to coach because my boss took me off the schedule for the evening and did the session herself. Ok with me! Although I was prepared to coach it, it was nice to suddenly have the evening to myself.

With which I did not much! I was feeling pretty sick, so it was nice to just meander through some small tasks at home and then relax for the rest of the evening with a blanket, advil, and a cold pack. I am feeling OK so far this morning and i'm hoping that I won't get too sick today.

 It's crazy that it's already the end of July! Summer is going by so fast.

Last week's average sleep - 7 hours, 18 minutes.

The last couple of weeks have been filled with swimming, hiking, canoeing, biking, and eating ;P which has been fun, but not training-focused. Hoping to get back into a routine this week by hitting up the pool at least once, and going out on a run. I'm spending part of the weekend with BF at his place, so i've got my gravel bike already there and ready to go. If I can get in a brick workout (bike, then run) that would be fantastic.


BearCountryGG on 07/31/2019:
Vacations are exhausting....unfortunately. Now to get back on the usual routine. I'm always so happy to get back home!!

Horn_of_plenty on 08/01/2019:
I agree with BCGG. I am usually a little run down after a vaca too. It's good you were able to rest.

I usually don't stick to training on a vaca either bc i consider the vaca plans to take the full day with no time (in my opinion) for extra plans on top of those plans!

but you were active and the change for a week in activity is prob the best thing you could do for yourself.

Donkey on 08/01/2019:
I wish my vacations were that active!

Donkey on 08/01/2019:
(I'm a little jealous)

Maria7 on 08/01/2019:
Hoping you are feeling better today.

legcramps - Tuesday Jul 30, 2019

Weight: 0.0

I'm back from vacation! And I had a fabulous time; it was really hard to go back to work. I don't have much time to update, but I got TOM this morning so i'm feeling pretty crappy today; I work my last shift for the summer at one of the gyms tonight - it's the longer drive (45 minutes each way) so i'm happy to drop it until at least October, possibly longer. After tonight, i'll only have the other gym shifts - and they might give me an extra shift or two there - but that's a 20-25 minute drive and so much easier to make work!

Hopefully back to the grind this week after I start feeling better! I have a couple of weeks left to get some extra triathlon training in before August 17th comes around!

Last event - 100 km bike ride - 31st in my division. It was a stacked field, so tough!

Horn_of_plenty on 07/30/2019:
Welcome home Legs! Your photos all looked great and i'm of course really happy for you and the fact that you had a wonderful, well spent vacation!!! :)

that sounds good about dropping the longer drive gym for awhile and keeping the shifts at the closer one. makes a lot of sense since you work full time and driving 1.5 hours is quite a bit of time in the car to coach a few classes. 20 min is much better.

i have always felt very run down the first week back after a vaca. maybe after this weekend you'll be feeling better. good news is tomorrow is already Wednesday! this week has been going pretty slow for me lol since my weekend was also pretty busy, it's always hard for me to start a new week after a very busy weekend. i LOVE to relax i guess! LOL.

back to you - welcome back! so glad to see an entry from you.

Nice job on a 100km bike ride! that's no joke! how long did it take and how many people were in your division?

Triathlon will be here soon ;)

Donkey on 07/31/2019:
Welcome back! Glad you had a good time!!!

Maria7 on 07/31/2019:
Hoping you are having a good day!

legcramps - Friday Jul 12, 2019

Weight: 0.0

Average sleep 1st to 7th:  6 hours, 46 minutes

Workouts July 8th to 14th:

Monday - Slopitch 

Tuesday - Swim 1.25 km / Coach 

Wednesday - Swim 1.25 km / Run 3.3 km / Pack 

Thursday - Swim 1.3 km  / Run 4.2 km  / Pack 

Friday - Swim 1.35 km  / Coach / Cut grass

Saturday - TRIP DAY 1 / Run 3.3 km

Sunday - TRIP DAY 2 / Bike 10 km

Trip starts tomorrow! And i'm off work for two weeks, halleluiah. The first thing I am going to do when I wake up tomorrow morning is SMILE. And then i'll relax my shoulders, let the stress melt away, and start to enjoy my time off! 

I went for a run yesterday and upped my distance another kilometer. I tried to run my normal pace, but even if I hadn't been able to it would have been enough that I was out there trying. And this morning I was back in the pool.

I have almost everything for the trip ready to go. I have to cut the grass, water the plants, and then turn off the water to the house before we leave tomorrow. I'll do most of that when I get home from coaching tonight. Then we'll pack the van, and hit the sack. Our first travel day is going to be long, I think we'll have about 9 hours of driving to do. So we are going to try and leave as early as possible. The hotel we are staying at tomorrow night has a pool and waterslide, so we want to get there early enough to be able to enjoy it after a long day of travel.

BearCountryGG on 07/12/2019:
Aw........off work for 2 weeks is great...I'm sure you will enjoy it to the max. Have a wonderful time!!!

Horn_of_plenty on 07/13/2019:
yayyyy! vacation time is finally here! Seems a lot of people i know including myself are now taking 2 weeks off work at a time! so wonderful!

congrats on your run yesterday :) i'm throwing the ladder back into my weeks starting today :)

I really, really hope you try out that waterslide ! safe travels!

Donkey on 07/13/2019:
Oh my... I read this entry this morning (Saturday) and thought how lovely it would be to have 2 weeks "away from it all". I hope you have a wonderful vacation!

legcramps - Thursday Jul 11, 2019

Weight: 0.0

Average sleep 1st to 7th:  6 hours, 46 minutes

Workouts July 8th to 14th:

Monday - Slopitch 

Tuesday - Swim 1.25 km / Coach 

Wednesday - Swim 1.25 km / Run 3.3 km / Pack 

Thursday - Swim 1.3 km  / Pack 

Friday - Swim 1.25 km / Coach / Cut grass

Saturday - TRIP DAY 1 / Run 3.3 km

Sunday - TRIP DAY 2 / Bike 10 km

I took some time yesterday after work to think about why I was being so rough on myself over my workouts and not reacting well to people at work, and I realized that it is because I feel like I have to prove i'm worthy of it. It's not because that's what other people have thrown at me - their expectations - but because it's what i've thrown at myself. While I have been busy for the last two years taking on more and more challenges in my life, I never realized that - with each new challenge - I felt I had to prove that I was worthy of it. That I was worthy of being a trainer, a coach. That I was worthy of being a leader at work. That I was worthy of living an active lifestyle.

So let's get back to the 'I AM ENOUGH' level of confidence; back when I was super pumped to complete a long ride or just be able to get out for a run or swim. Lately i've been feeling a dark cloud of performance pressure - and it makes it difficult to start the day with any kind of enthusiasm.

This morning I repeated over and over that 'I AM ENOUGH'; just getting into the pool is going to be the accomplishment. Anything over that, is gravy.

And at work today, I will remind myself that 'I AM ENOUGH' and let the things that are out of my control stay that way.

I have some hard goals I want to reach this summer, but stressing over them constantly is not going to get me there any sooner. And I have to realize that even if I don't reach them, what i'm doing to get there is still ENOUGH.

Horn_Of_Plenty on 07/11/2019:
I totally get you and this entry makes a lot of sense as to why you are feeling this way. You def rise to several challenged and whether you reach every goal or not, you will be practicing for them either way so you are right not to continuously stress over thinking if you will reach them or not. you can only try your best.

btw, i'm challenged to take a personal training course and pass to become a trainer. not now, but it's a future challenge i'm going to do (if i have time, a few years years down the road or more if it fits into my lifestyle then - not now).

You are definitely enough :) Keep on rising and making new challenges.

also, perhaps take out old challenges instead of just adding on new ones, but never taking out old ones. so you have more time to concentrate on the new ones..

legcramps - Wednesday Jul 10, 2019

Weight: 0.0

Average sleep 1st to 7th:  6 hours, 46 minutes

Workouts July 8th to 14th:

Monday - Slopitch 

Tuesday - Swim 1.25 km / Coach 

Wednesday - Swim 1.25 km / Run 3.3 km / Pack 

Thursday - Swim 1.25 km / Pack 

Friday - Swim 1.25 km / Coach / Cut grass

Saturday - TRIP DAY 1 / Run 3.3 km

Sunday - TRIP DAY 2 / Bike 10 km

Well, this week is going 'swimmingly' well. Not. However I am starting to finally feel better, so that's good. Maybe tomorrow I will swim. Otherwise, i'll try to get in a run or bike in after work today, and then I have some major packing goals to accomplish tonight ;)

I had another bad day at work yesterday; a manager (not mine) called me in the afternoon and we got into a heated telephone conversation about something I have no control over. It's so frustrating to be the 'Go-To' person in the building. In a building of around 250 employees, to clarify. Everyone thinks i'm an expert in something or other. And they all refer people back to me. But i'm not an Office Manager, Office Coordinator, or Working Supervisor. I'm none of those things, so when I get a call telling me that a manager's admin assist does not know how to use Microsoft Office, and they make it sound like it's my problem to deal with, it's incredibly aggravating. I do my best to get my job done, and these other 'interruptions' really get on my nerves, especially when an admin assist should really know how to use Outlook!!!! I should not have to give her a tutorial on it when I am already drowning in my own duties!! It's not part of my job - I help people because I want them to learn to do it for themselves. But it's CONSTANT. And i'm so done with it!!! UGH.

I'm so grateful to have two weeks off coming up; I really need the break. And I really hope that when I get back, it will be with a new, fresh mindset where i'll be better equipped mentally to deal with these situations. That phone call should never have escalated the way it did, and part of that is my fault.

It hasn't been a good time at either of my jobs lately, and i've been trying hard to pretend that i'm okay, but it's starting to affect me emotionally. I manage to maintain some semblance of balance when I get to workout - I can burn off some of that negative energy - but that hasn't happened for a few days so I think that's partly why I 'blew up' so hard yesterday. Balance is hard, 'yo. But this will pass eventually, and maybe i'll get in a good workout today and tomorrow morning i'll wake up feeling TOTALLY AWESOMESAUCE.

innerpeace on 07/10/2019:
I know your work environment. I was there and had to get out. Now, I only have about 30 people I care for and can handle. Some days, though seldom, I miss the workload.

I'm sure your vacation will refresh and help you get back in the groove of things. Have a safe and fun trip.

legcramps on 07/11/2019:
Thank you, i'm feeling that way more and more every day, but I have a long way to go until retirement still!

I do like the busy days, I have always been a 'get-it-done' type of worker, but busy days without negative attitudes would be SO FANTASTIC too!

Horn_of_plenty on 07/11/2019:
ahhh, packing!

If you don't like people's interruptions, you can start to tell certain people who stop by that you are busy and ask if they can come back later? maybe reserve only a half hour of your time each day at a certain time to help others? You don't always have to stop what you are doing to help others? Just my suggestions, not sure how they'd work out in your office. but these people who stop by must know you might be busy and it might not be a good time whenever they opt to visit you.

legcramps on 07/11/2019:
Thank you for the suggestion! I have done this a few times in the past, but they just keep pestering me to help them, so sometimes it's just easier to give in and get it done right away so I can get back to what I was doing.

Horn_of_plenty on 07/11/2019:
With the manager that the phone call escalated with, my only advice is to treat him exactly the same and keep your relationship exactly the same as before this incident. try to take out any drama if you can..

Balance is def something that is variable and we DEFINITELY are always working on.

with the balance, some of it nobody will obviously help you with - and the decisions must be made by YOU whether you want to deal with something now or later. YOU will have to decide what to keep doing and what to stop.

perhaps (and these are only suggestions!!!) you may want to reprioritize and decide if you want to drop anything or change anything to further help the balance. but also, i'm sure going on vacation will help you and you will get to relax and come back to work feeling much better.

with your other job at the gym, (and maybe my comments aren't helpful, or relevant), i'd say not to take it so seriously. if they need you, they need you. I think you should put yourself first a hair more in everything you do, desk job and gym job.

legcramps on 07/11/2019:
This is so true! I did see that manager yesterday and basically pretended nothing happened, even though it is in my nature and I really wanted to apologize at least for my reaction to the phone call. But this one likes drama, so maybe I should just leave it alone like you say.

I will have to see how the vacation goes and how i'm feeling when I get back to work, and go from there. There isn't much I can change aside from leaving my job, and I don't want to do that right now. It's not a good time and there are no other opportunities near me. I can have a conversation with my boss, but i've been there and done that, and nothing changed! So it's a bit frustrating, to say the least.

You're right about the gym job too. I worry a lot about making sure i'm helping everyone else, and a lot of the time I do it to my own detriment. It might be time to get a little more selfish.

Horn_Of_Plenty on 07/11/2019:
250 people is a heck of a lot of people that need you!

legcramps - Tuesday Jul 09, 2019

Weight: 0.0

Average sleep 1st to 7th:  6 hours, 46 minutes

Workouts July 8th to 14th:

Monday - Slopitch 

Tuesday - Swim 1.25 km / Coach

Wednesday - Cut grass / Start packing 

Thursday - Swim 1.25 km / Run 3.3 km 

Friday - Swim 1.25 km / Coach 

Saturday - Run 3.3 km / TRIP DAY 1

Sunday - TRIP DAY 2

I did not go swimming this morning; honestly, it's because I am feeling super lazy. There is really no reason for me to skip a workout, especially since i'm on TOM and it would likely help me to feel better. I still have a chance to swim this evening after i'm done coaching, but I also want to clean my bike tonight. I'm not sure I can do both things and still get a decent sleep.

Even slopitch felt off last night. BF and I both kinda sucked LOL; actually a lot of players felt the same. The weather has been so humid and we are not used to too many days of humidity around here; it sucks the life out of you!

And, perhaps at the heart of the situation, i'm slightly aggrieved with my gym job. Lots of fingers in the pot, and they don't communicate well with each other. It gets so frustrating. I've taken holidays while we are on our trip, but I found out yesterday that I am still on the schedule for the shifts I requested off (the request was approved by Payroll Lady). I don't even know if Schedule Lady is aware that i'll be gone. And then Owner Lady is procrastinating about my request to drop Tuesday sessions. I need to stop worrying about it so much though, I have to remember that it's a side job and not my livelihood. If I lose it, then I lose it.

Well, that was a lot of grumbly venting for you to read. Sorry about that. Thanks for reading!!

Horn_Of_Plenty on 07/09/2019:
if they need you at the gym, i suppose they'll not want to fire you :)

cleaning your bike is a semi-workout but nothing like swimming - maybe you can cut the swim a hair short so you can clean your bike too? usually though, doing one thing (in my opinion) is always better so it can be done well.

i hope you feel better!

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