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#100WorkoutDays #Day1

Firstly, I feel like an idiot for disappearing, again! After all that gyaan I gave here, and to myself, in October, I still didn't find time to come back to this.
Secondly, it's both a shame (because I'm blogging because I have to) and a good thing that now I will HAVE TO post everyday, since I have taken up the #100WorkoutDays Challenge. It's not really a challenge per se, more of something I'd been wanting to start since a really long time, and today was as good any other. I hope I survive the challenge. :)

#Day1

07.00am Trrrrrrrrng! (Alarm)
               Snooze
07.05am Trrrrrrrrrng!
               Snooze
07.10am Trrrrrrrrrng

Damn, it's February 1!

And finally after days, weeks and months of postponing, I started working out. First day was good, I finally started! I did not do much, mostly tried to get my muscles to warm up for what's coming. 100 squats, some more warm up, some jumping jack, and I was set. Except, I wasn't.

So the worst part about today was the long flight of stairs I had to take while exiting IP Metro Station. For those of you who travel by metro, you may have an idea of what I am talking about. Anyway, the point is that my muscles were so stiff by the time I left for college that I could hardly move.The worse was coming down the stairs. At one point, it seemed almost impossible!

I have somehow got through the first day, and will hopefully rise and shine early tomorrow as well. However, I do feel stupid about starting on a weekend. Bye bye late Sundays, hello early morning workouts! And the tummy ache since yesterday evening isn't helping either. But, if I don't continue with this tomorrow, I know I will slack again.

So wish me luck, and hope that I can pull this off. I'm not expecting a very major before and after difference (considering I don't have much weight to lose; I'm 46kgs), but I will post a #Day100 picture, for sure. :D

Goodnight.

Comments

CRD said…
In mumbai, travelling by local trains is a 'great' way to exercise.

It has em all...cardios (running to catch the train), weight training (jostling for space) and steam baths (no need to explain this one).

Cheers
CRD

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Mishika said…
Hey hey hey, I have the same feeling about Delhi DTC. (un)Fortunately, I don't get to travel in it anymore. Anyhow, I am liking this workout thing. Preps you nicely for the rest of the day.

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