LIFE IS GOOD
It’s a LIFE IS GOOD kind of morning. It’s not always easy, but good nonetheless.
I’m officially CPR/AED certified. One more step toward PT certification! At the beginning of the class I couldn’t imagine actually administering CPR or using a defibrillator in an emergency. At the end of the class I was confident I could. It’s interesting how [eventually] during the simulations, what you need to do just kind of kicks in. Supposedly the same thing happens in a real life emergency.
You see it everywhere, cauliflower rice. I was skeptical at first, but it is now one of my top 5 food discoveries of 2015 [so far]. It’s so simple to make and is a fab side dish or a meal by itself. I’ve created a curry recipe that is awesome and fried “rice” and spanish “rice” recipes that I’m still tweaking. It’s THAT good!
Learning 100+ muscles and their isolated functions has been 1 of 2 challenges with studying for the NASM PT exam. I’ve figured out a system that seems to be working and lets just say it may or may not involve writing the names of the muscles on my body. Is that determination or strange?
This has been an incredible year for strawberries. Between my daughter and I it’s hard to keep them in the house for very long. Strawberries and whole almonds and the the combination of chocolate and strawberries (Double Chocolate Oatmeal Snack) are my snacks of choice lately. Seasonal eating at its best!
I have so much more I want to chat about. Mindset, being unrealistic, morning rituals, recipes, Tony Robbins….and the list goes on.
For now, it’s time to logoff, workout and study so the day is totally open to take my son shopping for what he will need for dorm life.
Have you tried making cauliflower rice? Love it or leave it? Are you CPR certified? How would you learn 100+ muscles and their functions?
I’m chatting with Amanda and friends at Running with Spoons.
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