Had my all-shoulder massage last night; it seems to have helped quite a bit with overall mobility, especially on my right side, which was feeling locked up, although the therapist said I had a big range of motion. Maybe for someone else, but it felt constrained to me. So now I have to do something on an ongoing basis to keep it loose, yet strong. I may ask Elizabeth to show me her rotator cuff PT exercises.
145.7 this morning, while in "small" ketosis (up from "trace" or something). Yesterday ended up being pretty fast-y. I ate some cheese around 1 pm, along with bouillon at 11 am, and maybe a Godiva pearl or two later in the afternoon. If the bouillon doesn't count, it was an 18-hour fast, roughly. Here's the total breakdown:
- tea with cream
- the usual supplements
- possibly Godiva pearls
- take out Chinese Green Pepper Beef
- Hot and Sour soup
- fortune cookie
- 5 chocolate cherries
- more cheese (3 pieces of Dutch Gouda)
I think I will also work on my mechanics while seated as much as possible - trying not to lean on my elbows so much, which I think was the origin of this round of shoulder issues. Don't know how successful I'll be, truly; I might need to put spikes on the arms of my chair or something. But I will try.