Procrastinator Michelle! S6day17

I am posting right now because I am procrastinating…I have to work on some tax stuff that I’ve been putting off for MONTHS, but with taxes due at the end of May, I guess I MUST get them done soon 😥

Procrastination is an art form in my opinion…I do things when the HAVE TO be done, not a moment sooner~ it’s my way to manage my time, lol!! I use this skill for so many things besides taxes. A couple of of my favorite applications for procrastination is Dishes, Laundry, Shaving, and Bills. Why bother doing a few dishes??? I need to wait until the entire counter is covered and I have plenty to easily fit into the dish washer. That way I don’t waste time trying to find the perfect dishes to fit.

Why do 1 load of laundry?? I wait until I can do at least 6 at once. I do all the washing and drying~ then later I fold all 6 loads~ the I put all the clothes away at the same time. Doing 6 loads at once saves time!

Procrastinating works…but NOT for working out!!! CONSISTENCY works for diet, exercise and for getting BUFF!!!

 

Sizzlin’ in 6 Week #3 Conference Call is happening tomorrow May 19th at NOON central time.  Call in info is will be sent to your e-mail.  We are going to talk “All About ABS!!”

Here is a download LAST WEEK’s call ( our Week #2 conference call) … “the Keys to Sizzlin’!!”:

WAV version

MP3 version

 

 

Yesterday I started off the week with 2 great workouts including loads of fast running both Monday on my own and Tuesday at football.intervals on bike, 10 mins on stair mill, 10 mins on r-bike

Today I have a leg workout on tap…My body is exhausted from football last night! But here’s the plan!

warm up r-bike 10 mins

laying leg lifts with stretching

lower back extensions

leg curls

abs

SQUATS

seated leg press

Dead lifts- 2 sets

Calves

walking lunges- 2 sets of 30 steps

leg extension

multi- hip

shuffle circles and side to sides in aerobics room

knee ups

20 min r-bike

 

I better go do my tax stuff!! I can’t procrastinate any longer!

Your friend the Procrastinator,

Michelle

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  1. I am the QUEEN procrastinator so I can totally relate! Today I visited my grandparents out of state so I took the day off and enjoyed their company.

  2. Procrastination has always been a problem for me…but I am glad to say that I am starting to recover from it. A run and sprints in the morning, and a 20 mile bike in the afternoon. I’m too noodle legged for a leg workout 🙁

  3. definitely a procrastinator!! I did a walk/jog last night late with my sister-in-law just because… So legs it is!!

  4. I too am a procrastinator as I’m sure there are many, many more out there just like us 🙂
    My body feels rundown from running over 4 miles last night – my new PB. Not sure what to do or how to handle it but my hips, knees and calves are all sore w/generaly achiness throughout my tired body. Ibuprofen is on tap along w/steak for supper…

  5. somewhere I missed day 17 posts… I have worked hard to comment each day for sucessful “Graduation” from the program… I have to respond alot from my phone because I am always on the run… so… Here I am… this is my day 17 comment even though its day 19. Even though It is hard…I have been facing procrastination head on and treating it like its my biggest enemy. I am making a point to push through and not listen to the sabotage that steals my victory.

  6. Running that far for the first time in awhile does illicit some pain…be sure to not run tomorrow and hydrate well.
    Anti-oxidants help too!

  7. Me too! Especially when it is something i am not real keen on doing but have to do because of some obligation. working out is almost never something i procrastinate about. Sometimes i feel guilty and irrisponsible for working out when i have so many other things to get done and a har working husband.

  8. Thank you for always being so real! I can totally relate especially with the dishes and laundry situation. Than you Michelle I am glad to know there are more of us out there, lol

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