Day 52 – Boxing for ‘bodia!
Last night’s Personal Training session with Rey was very successful. I felt good doing everything we were practicing – from working on my defense, to footwork, to countering Rey’s punches. Things seemed to be going pretty good in the ring. My energy levels felt good and I was putting my practice into routines which will hopefully lead to me not having to even think about what I am doing and it will just come naturally. That will take awhile – like maybe another year before that happens, but it is all starting to come together.
Tonight was another White Collar squad training and they split the group up with some practicing their sparring and some working hard on the heavy bags. I was in the heavy bag group. My right shoulder and neck are feeling quite sore. I think it is just muscle pain and probably a massage is in order for this weekend. I really should be trying to get to my sports massage wonder woman, Maria Hussain, because she manages to fix anything related to deep tissue therapy. I am usually half way between crying and laughing hysterically because the massage is quite painful and I can’t figure out whether to laugh or cry, but the benefits are amazing. Yep, going to text her in the morning to see if I can arrange a bit of abuse. 🙂
I tried “Dr.Rey’s Home Remedy” to see if that may help with my aching body but I made a slight modification. I tried to ‘kill two birds with one stone’ and put 2 egg yolks, condensed milk and my chocolate protein shake powder into one drink. The results were… interesting….. and very thick. I think I will stick to what the Dr. recommended next time.
Over the past few days I have been thinking about Cambodia and why I love it so much. It is probably my favorite place to visit for a number of reasons (too many to list in one post). So… I will share with you over the next few weeks, why I am boxing for ‘bodia. So, in no particular order, here are the reasons why.
Why I Love Cambodia: It is BEAUTIFUL
Beautiful sunsets, beautiful buildings, beautiful people. Honestly, what more could one want? A picture is worth a thousand words.. and this time I am going to let the pictures speak for themselves.