Dave Farmar kicks my butt

I love Dave Farmar’s Baptiste Power Vinyasa Yoga podcasts.  Today I did the 10/29/08 class, and while the routines were simple, the holding was oh-so-long.  When the hour was up I flopped down in savasana and let it all go.  If you like power yoga, he has a bunch of (free!) podcasts for 60-, 75-, and 90-minute classes.  He’s funny and the time flies by, even when you want to scream at him for making your muscles burn.

After the class, I made a nice breakfast with more Kashi waffles.

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  • 2 Kashi Strawberry Flax waffles
  • Fage Greek yogurt
  • 1 strawberry
  • anjou pear
  • sf maple syrup (mmm)

I had this with a big mug of tea.  It was very good.  I will have no problem eating up the 40-pack from Costco.  Have you ever bought way too much of something you ended up disliking?  I got a mombo thing of mango chutney at Costco once and it was awful.  I ended up throwing it out.

(Reminder – I’ve been keeping track of my workouts HERE, if you’re interested.  I usually update it every day.)

15 Replies to “Dave Farmar kicks my butt”

  1. hi Maggie Moos! Just kiddin’ that is just my FAVE ice cream place and it makes me happy and so do you!=)

    I will have to check out the yoga podcasts. Have a yummy day. Your waffles are delish looking, sweetie. XOXO

  2. Great breakfast! I bought those Boca brushetta burgers and am not too happy with them. I do like them broken up in a salad though, but not as a burger. Have a wonderful night!

  3. That breakfast looks great! Whenever I buy something I don’t like I try SO HARD to make myself like it because I hate wasting things 🙁

  4. I used to have waffles for breakfast on the weekend, but now I’m just so used to having oatmeal with wheatberries now. And of course, cold cereals.:)

  5. your breakfast looks so yummy!! i rarely eat breakfast foods. i usually drink juices for the first 4 or 5 hours after i wake up.

    i’m trying to think of a food i buy in bulk, but i honestly can’t think of any. i used to buy hot chocolate packets all the time but i just got sick of them, so i ended up mailing them in a package to the soldiers in iraq. hopefully, they used them 🙂

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