15 min. run
15 min. intervals
15 min. walk
20 min. of Yoga that was mostly stretching
A word about computer games. It breaks my heart a little to see young ones play computer games compusively. To me it is the sign of an intelligent mind seeking a challenge. Computer games give the feeling of accomplishment, or of achievement, without actually accomplishing or achieving anything. And games these days can be so compelling, so colorful, and so stimulating that real life pales in comparison. That's why at our house, "computer games" = Chess Titans. Poor kids...I know. But it's good for their little brains--it makes them develop the ability to think ahead. And it's relatively boring. That's important. Because if a kid thinks that chess is exciting, they will likely not find life boring. Which is the truth: life is a great and exciting ride, but like anything else, it has its boring stretches.
P.S. My brother Grant is almost unbeatable in a game of chess. BUT if it is just Grant and I, and it is SPEED chess, I will win. Got game, Grant? You're going down.