We had Janae's girls (well, 2 of the 9 anyway) over for a sleepover last night. It's been awhile since we had them over, and usually I'm not a big fan of the sleepover, but I have to admit that it went well last night. The little pretties decided to join me this morning during my Billy's Bootcamp workout.
Working out with them kinda made me feel a little better about my lack of spatial skills and clumsiness. They persevered longer than I expected though, and surprisingly no one got kicked in the head.
Notice they all still have bed head. Although, for a change, Zoe Bug's hair is in reasonably good condition. Not the norm, as you may remember.
When Billy started sweating they said "Ew, gross, he's sweating." That happens sometimes. Just wait until they develop sweat glands of their own.
At one point one of them turned around and took a look at me and said "Eeeeeeeew, Jill's sweating now. Look at her face!" I tend to turn beet red when I work out. Chalk it up to good circulation in my head, I guess. Just a little gift I got from my Dad.
When it was time for the Billy Bands I sent them all for jump ropes. They scattered like birds, they were so excited, and each of them came back with a jump rope.
Zoe Bug is such a lightweight, she didn't last long. She's my delicate flower.
I love this picture. Their heads are tilted and they're saying "What is he doing?" I say that a lot when I'm trying to follow a workout like this.
Have you ever watched a kid do jumping jacks? It's hilarious. They can't get their arms and legs in sync and they jump around clapping their hands.
After Zoe gave up, she started playing around on that nasty chin-up bar, which by the way, I have not conquered yet. I'm working on it though. When the movement exceeds the microscopic stage, I'll get back to you.
Lacey May is the only one that stuck it out with me for the entire workout. Girlfriend's got stamina. Maybe I'll introduce her to Jillian Michaels next time.