Morning, middle of the night … it’s all semantics.
It’s almost 4am and I haven’t been to sleep yet gosh darn it. I officially finished my last class for the summer last night at 10pm. What a RELIEF to be done night classes.
Unfortunately my insomnia is probably a result of starting to stress about final exams and my late night workout. I spent the day at my desk studying like a crazy lady so I had to hit the gym up after class. I didn’t get there until 10:45pm.
Also, I’m still figuring out my new Magnum supplements and I think I took the pre-workout supplement that has stimulants in it.
But I’ve been super productive with that last few hours. I started with doing tomorrow’s scheduled studying (cue applause please ). Next I answered a crap load of emails. Now I’m blogging. I have a sneaky suspicion I’ll be sleeping in tomorrow … today … whatever.
Ooh oooooh – big news alert!! I ran 10 minutes yesterday without pain. I wasn’t actually supposed to include running in my training plans this week. My doctor told me to just do strength training and we’d continue with our running drills next week. (Ah hope he’s not reading!) But I had to get some more steps into my day and I was tight on time.
Eating is still going great! This was a totally delicious lunch. I usually dip my cucumbers in hummus or slice them in salads but instead I just sprinkled a bit of salt and pepper on em.
It was a small lunch because I had three snacks after breakfast. I don’t officially subscribe to the whole “6 small meals” plan but it happens often when I’m studying all day.
Do you ever work out at night? How does that affect how you sleep?
For those of you in physical therapy / are rehabilitating an injury do you ever veer off your doctor’s training plan?