Hi friends. Hope your week is off to a good start. I’m feeling a bit under the weather this morning so this post is going to be even less mediocre than usual. Lucky you. Ha.
So, not that I have time to read, but I have some good books I’ve gotten recently (and some I’ve had sitting around forever that have yet to be touched) that I thought were worth mentioning.
Not to toot my own horn or anything, but I’m pretty sure my trainer Bob and I are pals. Check it out.
Oh Bob, I’m sure I will. I also hope I get to see you next week to tape another Team Bob video.
(The videos we’ve taped are live by the way. They’re part of his new online BobHarper.com club.)
This Bethenny book I’ve had sitting around for about 6 months or so (maybe more). I really want to read it because I’m inspired by all she’s done and I freaking love her show.
Everything I want out of life? Yes please.
This book has also been sitting around the house for a couple years. I keep telling myself I’m going to read it every morning to start my day. I should, but I don’t. I’m hoping by posting this though, that it will hold me accountable a bit. Hey look, I have some Post-Its in there. I’ve attempted my plan at least . Ha.
I’ve read the introduction of this one so I’m pretty proud of that. It’s got some really good tactics that I’m going to have to put to good use.
Maybe if I’d stop going outside at 6 am to take pictures in my pajamas I might actually have a few extra minutes to read.
Yep. That was this morning.
Oh and one my new glass straws. I’m bummed this one doesn’t match my big travel coffee mug. I didn’t think about that. Bummer.
Oh well, at least I don’t have beg for big straws from Starbucks anymore.
I’ve got my own, thanks.
(I wonder how long it will take to break one of these babies.)
Now for the moves.
In honor of finally getting a Tuesday Trainer video in on time,
I thought we’d do an extra video for you with some fun core moves.
Here are three quick moves you can do in a v-sit position. I love the v-sit for many reasons.
The v-sit is one of the most effective abdominal and core exercises. It not only works the works rectus abdominis (“six pack”), but also targets the external obliques, internal obliques and engages the hip flexors.
Simply put, the v-sit is awesome.
This short, unedited, somewhat entertaining video of the moves, not so much.
I’m a sweat mess.
I know I need a better camera. The iPhone isn’t quite cutting it anymore.
I get attacked halfway through. Not sure how I didn’t see that coming.
The boys show off a little of their “skills” at the end.
Here you go friends.
I haven’t tried this at home yet, but you just might be able to do these moves while reading one of these books. Now THAT would be awesome.
Okay, gotta run, but just in case you feel like helping me out today:
- Try these v-sit core moves.
- Let me know if you’ve read any of these books.
- Tell me how to find a stinking spicy eating contest. I think I could surprise some people.
(Pictured- Roasted Broccoli Slaw)
Have a good one!!!