MSD, It's Real and It's a Problem
I don't run. It's not that I can't, I just don't. I don't like it. I never have and I never will. Plus I've got excuses. I have a 1 year old that can't stand staying in a stroller for very long (nevermind that she stayed in her stroller for 4 hours yesterday while I was shopping at the mall, but that was different). I also have bad knees (one of my knee caps got chipped in an accident on some ice back in college) and bad ankles. Oh, and I don't like to run. So running is out. I know it's trendy (it's like the powerwalking trend of the 80s and 90s), marathons are trendy now. So are sparkling vampires, but I'm not going to try to find one.
I guess I need to find some sort of exercise routine to do here at home because I am not joining a gym, I'm not that committed. And unless Nordic Track is going to deliver a free Nordic Track x7i Incline Trainer complete with Jillian Michaels to kick my butt and make me climb Mount Everest in my own den, I guess I need to come up with the motivation on my own. Maybe I'll start P90X on Monday. I'll let you know how that goes.
I think I suffer from MSD or Mom Slob Disorder. Celebrities even suffer from it. However, when celebrities suffer from it, we criticize. This obviously makes us hypocritical as we...continue