I broke out the "30 Day Shred" last night and tried Level 2. I actually thought Level 2 was a bit easier than Level 1. I enjoyed the cardio more. All of the planks sucked, but hopefully, it'll be worth it.
I feel Level 2 more in my traps (back) and my legs (hamstrings). I thought I would feel it more in my abs, but I don't. Hmmm. Maybe I didn't squeeze hard enough?
I died laughing when Jillian said something about wanting me to feel like I was dying because I was. Level 2 was not easy by any means, but it was a nice break from Level 1's pain. I think I may alternate between the two and add in Level 3 for variation. If you do one level for too long, your muscles will get used to the routines and it will be harder for you to see results.
This dvd is also great because they have a person doing the beginner motions and one doing the more advanced version. I think both versions will provide you with a workout that you're comfortable with and one that will show results.
I've been wanting to get back into yoga, but there aren't any classes offered around me. So, I'm also thinking about getting "The Biggest Loser - The Workout: Weight Loss Yoga". Does anyone have this? Let me know.
As I mentioned on Monday, I loved the Spinach, Tomato, Feta and Egg Wrap from Starbucks. Well, last night for dinner, I made the Hungry Girl version and it was even better than the Starbucks version and it's less than 200 calories. Fred really enjoyed it as well.
I'm also thinking of purchasing this cookbook since I am in love with Hungry Girl. Does anyone have it?
In other news, Tennessee's head football coach has left to take a head coaching position at USC. Since Jim Leavitt from South Florida, my alma mater, was fired last week, I hope Tennessee doesn't pick him up or else I'd be forced to like Tennessee. Ugh! Does it make me a bad wife if I don't care for the school where my husband played basketball?
Is it Friday yet?