Who doesn’t love some good ol’ High Intensity Treadmill Intervals? Check it out below! Technology and I are not getting along too well today. Not at all. I’ve been experiencing some blog-related issues (slow loading time, taking me 5+ attempts to even get a post up) and I’ve been about *this close* to throwing in the towel. UGH. SOO, major apologies if you’ve been experiencing some severe lag time and/or other crap here on STSL. Hopefully things will get straightened out soon and this post will be a little more kind to my frazzled self. And if not? Well hey, at least I’ve got some awesome food to eat today! Anyway…I totally forgot to mention this morning’s workout earlier today. Let me fill ya’ll in! I know how much you all love pinning stuff now (oh wait, maybe that’s just me…) but I figured I’d put a little something together for this morning’s treadmill intervals. Pin It
Nothing crazy. It’s been a while since I’ve done just some plain ‘ol intervals like this, so it felt good. Actually, no, it felt hard. But that’s a good thing, right?
I followed up my sweaty intervals with my Quick Abs Circuit and called it a day.
This morning as I was waiting for my amazing breakfast to cook, I got a sudden, major craving for a sandwich. Luckily I had the time, so I put together a winner.
Three slices of deli turkey, a wedge of The Laughing Cow Light Swiss Cheese, lettuce, tomatoes, cucumbers, and red onion on two slices of whole wheat bread.
It was awwwwwesome.
Other snacks packed up for the afternoon: baby carrots, almonds, two prunes, and the other half of my banana from this morning’s oats.
Thanks to last night’s dinner, I’ve also got some tasty leftovers packed up with me to have for dinner later on.
I packed up a big ‘ol serving of spaghetti squash and topped it with a leftover piece of chicken…and lots of extra sauce, of course. ;)
I’m already excited about digging in!
Time to get back to work…catch ya later!
Questions for the Afternoon:
If you had to give up one piece of technology (i.e., smart phone, computer, etc.) what would it be?
Would you consider yourself “addicted to technology?”