Bummed about basketball
Apparently, because CBS does regional coverage of the NCAA Tournament, I won't be able to see the Florida game tomorrow because they'll be showing the Texas Tech game instead. So, I guess I'm going to proceed as though they are showing the Florida game--keep my cell off, stay away from IM, avoid e-mail and keep out of earshot of any potential basketball conversations at work--and TiVo it, so I can watch it when I get home. Of course, by "it", I mean "any little segments or tidbits they might show during the Texas Tech game." If I remember correctly, CBS tends to sort of bounce around and show bits from games in other regions all day. Hopefully, they'll show some of the Florida game. Also, I'm thinking that if the game is close down the stretch or goes into OT, CBS might show it. I've made my picks and I'll try and post my bracket once they're "public."
Sleepometer runnin' low
I only got 6 hours of sleep last night, I'll be lucky to get 6 tonight, I slept horribly on Sunday night and Monday night was only a moderate night's sleep. So far, I've been feelin' great, had plenty of energy and haven't felt like I needed a mandatory naptime. But, I'm afraid my lack of sleep is going to catch up with me before the weekend is here. I spent all day today (almost 10 hours) in a meeting and I'll be in the same meeting tomorrow, although "they" say it'll only run about 6 hours. I just hope they're right, 'cause if they're not, they might have to adjust their voices to compensate for my super loud snoring.
Tunin' up the workouts
I took last week off from the gym and came back this week with a whole different philosophy. For the past several months (years?), I've been training primarily to build some strength and secondarily to build some tone. Mostly, I wanted to make sure I wasn't getting pushed around when I played basketball. Last week, I realized it's been a really long time since I've worked out really hard and pushed myself to do a lot of reps and a lot of exercises in short time. So, I decided I'd go back to a workout similar to what I was doing in high school, but only three days a week instead of five. I'm hopin' to "lean up" a bit and maybe get some of my speed back on the basketball court while maintaining a reasonable amount of strength. I'm also trying to eat better by eating lots of veggies and focusing on not consuming ridiculous quantities of unhealthy food. We'll see how that goes...