I’m grateful for this training day, that it was sound, safe, and injury free, with lots of variety of movement during WRT.
May your training day be great paying off for you and yours, and service to others!
Five-hundred-fifty muscle movements by day’s end. The exercises varied, 1/5 were weighted, while most were body-weight. This is a average number for this kind of training day, on the low side. Still, all major muscle groups engaged the Earth. A building block, a place holder, a training day, and then, nutrition.
Made dinner for the pack. I’ve been moving to more rice-based breads. Grabbed two Amy’s organic rice-crust pizzas; chopped organic triple-washed baby spinach and sprinkled on; added chopped Portabella mushrooms; added also micro-greens with daikon radish and pepper cress.
Instead of pizza bread sticks, took the remaining fresh Portabella mushrooms, sliced them, drizzled olive oil on them, and sprinkled some mozzarella on them, and put them in the residual heat of the convection oven after the pizzas were done and staying warm.
Leafing backward in the book of the day, nutrition page…
Breakfast had been fresh blueberries, raspberries, banana, and spelt bread with honey. Tried some pumpkin seeds on the side. Lunch had been sunflower seed butter sandwich. If I’d had alfalfa sprouts on hand, I’d have added ’em on.
The rainbow symbolizes peace, hope, and healing. When I see one, I marvel. This one was low to the field, low enough to climb and swing on. Perhaps when our training days exceed the body, we may find ourselves using rainbows as balance beams and jungle gyms. The Vikings, a friend tells me, thought rainbows bridged Asgard and Midgard, heaven and earth.