I have 4 tapes of Tae-Bo in my videotape rack gathering dust. I bought it way back when Tae-Bo was really popular, thinking I would use the tapes to help exercise. Yeah, right. Like I would really use them, huh? Because I didn’t.
Oddly enough, I picked up the Tae-Bo 8-Minute Workout last night. I mean, why not? So, I put it in the tape player and started it. I gotta tell you, 8 minutes of hard-pumping is really good, but then make sure that you stretch before doing this. Believe me, I know. *groans*
I’m thinking, though, with my busy schedule like this, I will still have time even for just 8 minutes. I think I’ll try this out for a month and see where it gets me.
I’m just an emotional wreck lately. Today I cried over a little thing…not even meant to be cried over. I don’t know why I do this, but the tears just keep coming. *sigh*
Nonsensical fact of the day: A human brain weighs about 3 lbs.
4 thoughts on “Tae-Bo and Emotions”
Don’t worry. Sometimes you just need to cry. It’s like an emotional release valve. Otherwise our heads would explode.
I agree. It’s the only way I can vent out my frustrations.
Congratulations on the work out attempts. I am stubborn this way for my heart, blood pressure, immunity, and general overall health. Plus it helps me to think clearer and more positively.
I wish I could hug you for your sadness. In fact, I will…
Did you feel it?
I actually did. Thank you. :)