- I am officially up on the 30 day challenge board! It's officially official! (official)
- I am so sore from working out with my sister after work. UGH.
- There are three more days that I will have to double up on (do two classes in one day) and a ton of overtime to do as well. July may not have been the best month to do this.
- At the beginning of class I saw someone through the class windows that I knew. Completely forgetting where I was, I waved! It was not just a small polite wave, either. A full body flail. In that single movement, I lost all concentration and probably the respect of my fellow classmates. I blame the heat.
- Uh oh. I heard something in my knee pop.
- For the first time, I didn't know anyone in class. It was refreshing. And less distracting.
- I practically had to beg the waitress at lunch to bring me more and more and more and more and more water. I finally explained (like the classic over-sharer that I am) what I was doing. She said her yoga mentor (her whaaaat?) told her bikram was not good for her, because it extends your ligaments past their normal level and can hurt you.
- Read bullet point #1 again. Craaaap.
- My sister told me my skin looked nice. Could it be the lack of toxins? Because how can their be toxins any more? They have to be 100% gone at this point, right? Better be.
- I had to sit in the very front row. I immediately felt the need to be perfect.
- When we were on our stomachs for the first part of the seated poses, I realized the lady next to me had on a pinky ring. All I could think was how many times I would need to roll to get close enough to kiss the ring. Why else would you wear a pinky ring? I'm not being weird here.
- I had to sit out a few postures because of my knees. Boo. I kind of like being the fatty who can do everything well. I don't like being the fatty who can't do things. I wanted to wear a sign. I'm hurt, not lazy!
- I went to my chiropractor and got lots of work done on my knees. I am so thankful for him!
- I don't know if I should keep going. Bikram is seriously obsessed with locked knees, and that action seems to exacerbate the problem. Every class the teacher squawks "lock your knees, lock you knees, last time, LOCK YOUR KNEES". Every instructor I've spoken to says the pain is normal, but I just wonder if my pain is worse because of my... ummm... extra gravitational pull?
- I don't know what to do.