Songs Time. I enjoyed doing my music review last week so I thought I’d offer up a few more of my favorite get-up-and-go and keep-going-after-I-want-to-stop songs.
Today’s theme is keep-going-and-going-and-going-and-going-and-going . . . . I use songs like these when I want to just zone out, put it on autopilot, and lose myself in the beats and melody. I can go for hours to these tunes.
Come Together by Primal Scream. Like Kashmir from my youth, this is one of those long songs that should be even longer. If I was talented, I’d make a perfectly synced loop of this song (and the next) that went on for a few hours.
Loaded by Primal Scream. See above.
Temple Of Love (Featuring Ofra Haza) by The Sisters of Mercy. I can’t tell you how much Ofra Haza‘s voice enticed me in my youth. I would have . . . well, I guess some things are better left unsaid by a married man. 😉
Bela Lugosi’s Dead by Bauhaus. Another goth rock classic. I never got to see them in concert (to my regret) though I did see Peter Murphy solo several times.
Kashmir by Led Zeppelin. Since it came up . . . 😉
That’s all for today. I may come back to my existential deliberations about fit v fat v muscle on Monday. We shall see.
Food Yesterday. After fasting during a longer day than I expected at work, I went to a meeting with Mrs. NJ. For some strange reason, I just didn’t feel like waiting until we got home at 9:30 to eat so, when dinner (stacked enchiladas) was served, I ate. I wish it could have been SCD but I’ll live.
Exercise. Today I’ll do what I wanted to do on Monday.
|2||Cat Vomit Exercises||2||10|
|3||Kettlebell Swings, 50 lbs.||2||25||working up to 1 set of 75-100 reps|
|4||Push-ups||4||25||incline, next wk: decline|
|5||Pull-ups||2||5-10||pull-ups then Australian|
|6||Mystery Exercise for today: Curls, 20 lbs.||2||20||alternating arm curls after pulls ups.|
Plan for Week 43.
Red = a negative deviation | Green = a positive deviation | Blue = a note