Fran's Fugly Daughter:
Some serious mobility happening today after the WOD. I love to hate the lacrosse ball and PVC foam roller. Pain never felt so goooood - traps are stupid sore from yesterday's cleans. I was rubbing that little ball all overrrrr my body, mmhmm.
I found these little gems at Kroger a few days ago. The brand is Simple Truth, and they boast some pretty rad stats. Only 7g of sugar, 21g of protein (bam!) and they're free of over 101 artificial preservatives and ingredients that most bars contain. And they taste way good. I had a bite of the chocolate flavored bar for dessert tonight to curb my sweet tooth.
Dinner was off the chain!
This my friends, is what we call Farm Burger.
I was sold when I checked out there website last night and read "100% grass-fed local meats" .... Whaaaat?! And I don't have to pay an arm and a leg for it and cook it myself?! We were sold.
James went to town. I think with all his additions, his burger cost like $29 or something.
I had mine sans buns, with tomato, lettuce, jalapeno, grainy mustard, Cholula sauce, and these succulent carmelized onions that almost had me falling out of my chair.
I was in such a good mood, I even ordered a beer. I haven't touched an adult beverage since my last night in Killeen. Ah, sounds like so many moons ago. It's hard for me to resist a good local brown ale on tap ...
Still trying to fall into the groove of things out here in GA. We're still trying to unpack, organize and decorate the house. James is on leave (it's nice having him home, but it's a distraction I'm not used to), we're trying to settle into a box, I'm trying to get into a gym routine. I'm torn because I miss running/spin before the WOD. I also feel like the WOD's I was doing in Killeen were incredibly more challenging than anything I've been doing recently.
I also looked at myself in the mirror today and felt fat. I've probably gained a few pounds, I haven't been working out half as hard as I was, and I've also been eating like a fat kid since James came home from Recruiting school. Something has got to give. My "strong" bone needs to get stronger.
Here's to hoping I get back into the swing of things and a good routine falls into place soon.