The Friday after my surgery, my company moved into it's brand new office building. Confession to make here... this brand new building has a completely kick ass brand new work out facility... that's free. And, certified personal trainers (any time of day or night)... free. I went to the official tour last Friday and I have to admit that I'd be a spoiled brat to let that facility sit there without utilizing it at least a little bit.
My only "real" exercise goal is my arms. I've never had a problem with them before, but they didn't make it out of my weight loss so well. And, there's plenty of equipment available for arm work. As soon as I'm physically able, I plan on working on this goal during the work day.
I plan to start running, because I'm excited about running. I enjoy doing that outside, and I don't particularly care to get all sweaty at work, so I think I'll save that activity for after work. It'll keep me away from night time snacking and strengthen and tone my lower body.
My abdominals? Well, Draz says that a TT means you'll never have to do another sit up or crunch again? It sure feels like it anyway.
I'm thinking about exercise because my pain is very manageable now, and I can finally see a light at the end of this TT tunnel. I'm off of narcotics, and I can feel the swelling and some real tightness, but not really any pain. And, I've saved back some percocet for my fluid tap on Thursday. I hope he gets at least 100 cc's per side. I'd be super happy with more than that, because there's still way more. Just my luck, he'll only get 2 cc's...
Wasn't planning on posting because it's Monday, but I couldn't resist the call of the blog.