Life in a Day and a Workout That's Killing Me

Ever seen the movie Life in a Day? It is A documentary shot by filmmakers all over the world that serves as a time capsule to show future generations what it was like to be alive on the 24th of July, 2010 (imdb). Sounds like a very interesting movie, but sadly, I have yet to see it. However, the project A Day took place this day, May 15th, 2012. It was a big thing in the photographic world, where people all over the Planet Earth participate by documenting their day, with the photo skills you have, may they be advanced or unexisting, and sending them in to aday.org. There will be made a book, an exhibition, a calendar, pics will be posted online, and they will be used for scientific purposes in the future.

My contribution was minimal, since I forgot my camera parts of the day, but I have (in reversed order) photographed going to bed, hanging up a photo of an elephant in desperate need of moisturizer on my wall, dinner, me working at my desk while watching TV series' on my laptop, lunch, coffee, morning rutines, and my work out session this very morning. Which, if I may say, better be goddamn working, because I can hardly walk!

A few weeks, maybe a couple of months ago, I read a blog whose writer recommended a work out DVD called the 30 Day Shred by Jillian Michaels, whom you might know from the TV show The Biggest Loser. It consists of three 20 minutes work outs of abs, cardio and strength. So far, it's my legs that are feeling the worst part of it. A little bit my arms and back, but my abs are doing fine. I guess those muscles were trained a bit from before (although I am far faaar away from having any visible muscles anywhere!) - most probably due to the laughing I do so much. And when this girl who recommended this DVD, who is far more fit than me to begin with, had troubles walking the first couple of days, imagine what I'm in for the upcoming 28! =/

Aanywho, I'm off to edit some photos and go to bed, so goodnight y'all!




 

♥ The Norwegian Teenager 

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