Not much to blog about these days. Since my typical day pretty much consists of going to work, going to workout, checking on Charlsie, and a little reality TV.
If you’re an “Amazing Race” fan, you probably got a belly laugh over what I like to call “the cheese scene”. I haven’t laughed so hard since "Charla" stuck the butter knife down her throat to be able to eat more sausage (I gotta warn you – this is not for those with weak stomachs). I was impressed with Steve and Linda's cheese-moving strategy, but they lacked the ability to find Phil at the Pit Stop and nearly faced elimination. As for week one, I really liked Margie and Luke. Of course, a momma and her boy competing together tugs at my heart strings. Luke is also deaf, which will add a whole new dimension to the competition. You can read Phil’s blog about Episode 1 here.
“24” was full of action and twists and turns – which is pretty much WHY I live for “24” in the first place. Well, that and to watch Jack save the world.
My favorite moment of the night was when Chloe showed up to work at FBI Headquarters and defended Jack to the head of FBI. She’s my kinda girl!
And, my beloved Secret Service man, Aaron Pierce, was back!!
“Biggest Loser” continues with some impressive weight loss totals. I enjoyed the no-gym workouts, proving you can improvise if needed. (I prefer my climate controlled gym, though.) I’d love to be at “the Ranch” for the atmosphere itself. Someone to work my guts out. A food environment that is safe. And having others around to keep me motivated.
But, since I’m not on “the Ranch”… I stay motivated by doing a lot of reading and research. Talking to people who are fit is also motivating to me as well as seeing pictures of people who are buff! (I posted a few on my fitness blog tonight)
What motivates you to stay on the health and fitness path?