Hehe! I wish I could go to Glassboro at the drop of a hat for an in-person sweat session with Cathe, minus (for 1 hour) the belly! I think the Lisa you are referring to is a regular class member. I did another older Cathe Live recently (can't remember which one) where Cathe gives Lisa a shout out and I TOTALLY pretended she was talking to me! We Cathletes are a strange bunch, aren't we?I did this week's Live (the legs with weights and stability ball) and at one point Cathe was doing the rounds and walked up to one woman and said, 'you look great, Lisa!' And I thought, gee, Lisa didn't tell me she was going to Glassboro this week! But in any case, I was glad we were working out together.
Ah, the magical land of Cathe Live, where anything can happen, and pregnant women in their third trimester are temporarily relieved of their bellies just for the duration of their workouts!
Amen. I couldn't have said it better myself. This has always been true for me, and I imagine it always will be. The forms have changed over time, but the principle remains the same.Movement makes me happy and brings me sanity. It's how my body connects with my soul. I can't give that up.
Hi Roz! Oh, yes, so true! My DH and I joke about how we can't imagine being more sleep deprived than we are now...even when little DD#2 makes her grand entrance! I'm sure we're jinxing ourselves, but really it is true. It's so bad that it's a running joke amongst my DH's colleagues, where they ask him almost daily "how sleep deprived are you today?" (Not because he's doing bad work, but because nobody ever seems to sleep at our house!)Maybe your DD just thinks of herself as training you for newborn sleep round 2? Mommy's little helper!