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I don't think that I want to get into coffee every morning. I've never been a big caffeine person. I have read studies that coffee is actually good for you (in moderation), but I think my biggest concern is that if I start drinking it routinely, I will need it and have headaches if I don't drink it.
What do you think? I think I'll try to save it for before hard workouts and races. The thing is though, that might be 5 days a week. At least for swimming - it is 3 and then in the new year when I get back into running, that adds 3 more days. Hmm.
I've always thought that coffee just smelled so appealing and when I'd watch shows where people would be drinking a cup of coffee all curled up, it just looked so warm and cozy. I started craving coffee when I was pregnant with Kara and while pregnant had about 2 cups of decaf coffee. Otherwise I've always been a tea drinker, but while pregnant, tea wasn't all that appealing to me and I haven't been drinking it as much since. Maybe it's time to join the masses and become a coffee drinker? Yikes!!
Do you drink coffee everyday? How much? How do you take your coffee? Do you like flavored or straight up? What's your favorite flavored coffee?
I think I like it latte style. Half milk, half coffee. No sugar needed if I use almond milk. I think a gingerbread flavor might taste yummy!
By the way, I'm negligible sore today from body pump. I can feel it a little bit. Like the idea to add more weight - I think that would have made a difference. Tomorrow's plan is compliments of Fancy Nancy who gave me a great idea to do supersets with 10 minutes of cardio in between. I'm going to do 3 supersets with 10 minutes of running in between. I think maybe 10 minutes on the bike to warmup, then superset 1, run 10 minutes, superset 2, run 10, superset 3, run 10. I'm excited for this! Thanks Nancy!! Love the idea to switch it up a bit.