100 pull ups - assisted
100 push ups - from knees
100 sit ups
Finally got a decent run in today - a slow, luxurious 6 miles on the Dreadmill. I really need to move my runs back outside at the crack of dawn. By the time I get changed into running clothes, run, clean up and change back into people clothes, at least 1.5 hours has been eaten up. That's an hour and a half of work I'm neither doing nor getting paid for. Now that we're working human hours again, there's no opportunity to make it up! And then taking a class cuts into my work day even more - I think I actually was in my office yesterday for about 3.5 hours total. Not a financially responsible day, that's for sure.
I'm having a lot of trouble scheduling everything these days. It's typical of me to overextend myself, but even I'm amazed at how I've managed to do this to myself this time. I want to get my runs in, I want to go to CrossFit, I need to take dance class, I want to take pilates and yoga. I have to work, eat and sleep. What makes it difficult is that yoga, pilates, CF and work all take place in NYC. That window of time is from 9 am to 6 pm, Monday thru Friday. Oh, and auditions. Can't forget about auditions. Can someone help squeeze all of those things into my day?
My only thoughts are to get up by 5 am to get the run in before work, limit myself to 1 or 2 yoga and pilates classes a week apiece (alternating), make dance a priority when it doesn't conflict with auditions, and either CF at the gym at home after work, or stay after work for CF and then take the bus home. I don't even want to think about trying to do all of this once I start to actually train for my next big race.
I think I'm going to need a wall chart to keep it all under control.