We decided to walk over to the lavatories where she sisterly stated that she wasn't going to listen to me wretch, which I didn't do, but felt better having gotten a little fresher air, among other things. I came back to the table and was remarkably better. By the way, I had only had about 1/3 of my previously mentioned cocktail prior to the incident.
I have tried to think about what may have caused this and I thought it seemed alot like de-hydration but I had had quite abit of fluids and it should not have been the problem. It was an outdoor venue but we were under a huge tent out of the sun. The only time in the sun were 1) I taught my aqua class from 8:30-10am and walking to the venues. Nothing unusual.
Anyways, about an hour later I began to feel "weird" again but nowheres near like the 1st time. So, I just went & sat in a chair rather than a stool, away from the main floor and a little more open. I felt better. Eventually I went back to our table again and was better.
I also realized that there were alot of people in that tent and alot of cologne floating in the air. I get nauseous at work some times when everyone sprays their body sprays, spray-on sun screens & hairsprays in the locker room so maybe that was part of it. I dunno.
But when I woke up today and could feel my stomach nauseous again, I decided to call in and stay home. If I have a bug I don't want to pass it along to the others and if I get dizzy I rather be at home. I'm sure everyone at work would prefer me to stay home too.
Ok, well on to the surgery countdown. I have my class tomorrow for my surgery. I guess it'll tell me about the procedure, the aftercare, re-hab, what I can & can't do afterwards, etc. and answer any questions we may have about it all. My surgeon did say that in some instances it creates more questions though. I've already asked him quite a few questions but I'm sure I'll have more as the event gets closer. I've made my pre-op labs & EKG appoint. w/my primary care Dr. for next week, have my pre-op w/surgeon & intern set along with 2 post-op appointments. I only have 1 more appoint. to set and thats with the anesthesiologist. Good grief! I've never had to have a separate appoint. with 1 before. Oh well, best to be safe than sorry, I guess.
I've turned in all of my paperwork for FMLA, etc. for work as well as taken some paperwork to my surgeons office to be filled out for the leave of absence. Unbelievably, they charge $20.00 to fill out the paperwork. Seriously?!? So much BS to do for this. Paperwork, paperwork, paperwork! Yuck! Then there's more paperwork to come back to work. Yeeesh! I hate paperwork.
It's getting closer & closer and I can't wait. I'm looking forward to moving pain-free and getting my strength and body back. Ha-ha!
These pieces of equipment are both core based. Anyone is able to utilize them be you elite athlete to rank beginner. There are ways to increase and/or decrease the intensity because you're using your own bodyweight and suspension/resistance training. It's all about the core stalization. If you break alignment you've gone too far.
With the TRX suspension trainer, pictured above, the operational position is the plank. You break basic plank position you've lost integrity. Very simple. No need for tricks & gimmicks. It's all you. Got it? Good. give it a try, you'll get 1 heck of a workout and push your boundaries and feel great about it.
The Olympics are almost over and the games were not marred by terrorism, thank goodness. A great tribute to the amazing athletes who've worked so hard for so long to represent their countries and their sports. Congratulations to all of you, medal or not, to get to this class of excellence. Welcome home.
Peace out ya'll