1. to seek to expel (an evil spirit) by adjuration or religious or solemn ceremonies: to exorcise a demon.
2. to free (a person, place, etc.) of evil spirits or malignant influences
Of course the word that I have been meaning to use all this time is exercise:
1. bodily or mental exertion, esp. for the sake of training or improvement of health: Walking is good exercise.
2. something done or performed as a means of practice or training: exercises for the piano.
3. a putting into action, use, operation, or effect: the exercise of caution.
I thought it was funny, because to me both words sum up the hell I go through every day and I don't see much of a difference.. but for those who are being driven crazy by my terrible misspelling I will make sure to check twice!!
Legs & Back - 60 min
Ab Ripper - 20 min
walk, walk, walk
I did not feel well yesterday so I made it a rest day.. I made up my Yoga class this morning and am feeling a tiny bit better but not %100. I decided that I will be doing a juicing day today... lots of fresh fruit and veggies all day in juice form. That should get me feeling better!! (Hubby is out of town all week again, so it should make it easy to stick to it)